Bio-inspired Error Detection for Complex Systems

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Title of host publicationProceedings of the 17th IEEE Pacific Rim International Symposium on Dependable Computing
DatePublished - 2011
Pages154-163
Number of pages10
Original languageUndefined/Unknown

Abstract

In a number of areas, for example, sensor networks and systems of systems, complex networks are being used as part of providing applications that have to be dependable and safe. A common feature of these networks are they operate in a de-centralised manner and are formed in an ad-hoc manner and are often based on individual nodes that were not originally developed specifically for the situation that they are to be used. In addition, the nodes and their environment will have different behaviours over time, and there will be little knowledge during development of how they will interact. A key challenge is therefore how to understand what behaviour is normal from that which is abnormal so that the abnormal behaviour can be detected, and be prevented from affecting other parts of the system where appropriate recovery can then be performed. In this paper we review the state of the art in bio-inspired approaches, discuss how they can be used for error detection as part of providing a safe dependable sensor network, and then provide and evaluate an efficient and effective approach to error detection.

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