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Title: Solution framework for open communication with self-modifying protocols
Authors: Guan, SU
Jiang, Z
Yao, W
Keywords: Self-Modifying Protocol; SMP; Self-Modifying Automata; SMA; open protocol
Publication Date: 2007
Publisher: Inderscience
Citation: The International Journal of Applied Systemic Studies. 1(4): 329-347.
Abstract: A Self-Modifying Protocol (SMP) is a set of instructions, rules, or conventions that can be changed by the systems that communicate with the help of that protocol. This concept is expected to be of great importance for the next generation of intelligent distributed systems. At this time, the idea is still difficult to be captured into working computer code. In this paper, Self-Modifying Automata (SMA) is adopted for the description and design of such protocols. We illustrate the idea of using SMA for protocol design through some solid examples. A solution framework is suggested for incorporating SMPs. One self-regulating and self-modifying communication mechanism is presented for implementing SMPs. In addition, real-time on-the-fly data-driven code is proposed to implement the prototypes of these ‘autonomous protocols’.
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