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Seminar (2 SWS) 0432 L 540 im SS 2008

Termine (alle in EN 360):

Tag
Zeit
Thema
15.04.
16 Uhr
Einführungsveranstaltung
28.04.
16 Uhr
Einführung in die Vortragsgestaltung
30.04.
16 Uhr
Einführung in das wissenschaftliche Schreiben
12.-16-05.
Individuelles Gespräch
18.06.
12  Uhr
Abgabe Ausarbeitung
20.06.
14 Uhr
Vortragsblock 1 (Themen 2,3)
27.06.
14 Uhr
Vortragsblock 2 (Themen 7,9,10)
14.07.
12 Uhr
Abgabe des Review-Formulars
21.07.
12 Uhr
Abgabe endgültige Version der Ausarbeitung

Anrechenbarkeit:

Informatik (Diplom):
Studiengebiet BKS
Informatik (MSc):
Wahlpflicht im Modul KBS-Vertiefung
Technische Informatik (Diplom):
Fächerkatalog Technische Anwendungen
Technische Informatik (MSc):
Wahlpflicht im Modul KBS-Vertiefung

Content:

Today’s IT-infrastructures are getting more and more complex because of the large number of their constituting components, the arising dependencies, and the mobility of nodes. To cope with the rising system complexity, current approaches try to implement autonomy as a non-functional property into systems. The seminar discusses basic principles and current topics of autonomy in distributed systems.

Target Group:

Students of “Informatik” or “Technische Informatik” in the 7th semester (or higher)

Prerequisites:

Successful participation in the basic course “Betriebssysteme“

Requirements:

  • active continuous attendance
  • oral presentation
  • seminar paper

Organization:

Please register using the web form.

In the preparatory meeting(s) the topics are introduced and assigned.

Besides the scientific contents, we emphasize on presentation techniques. An introduction on how to prepare and perform a (scientific) presentation and how to write a paper will be given at the beginning. After each student talk, there will also be a discussion about the presentation quality (rhetoric, slide layout, talk organization) to provide a feedback to the student presenting.

All presentations will be video taped. Each recording will be handed over to the individual student for personal use.

The seminar papers must be completed by the end of the lecturing period and will be made available in the web.

Topics:

Topic
Student
1. Self-Organization and Emergence
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2. Swarm intelligence
Christian Junge
3. Observer-/Controller pattern
Konstantin Boyanov
4. Self-Stabilizing algorithms
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5. Autonomic Computing
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6. Reflective middleware
7. Routing in mobile ad-hoc networks
Peng Liu
8. Congestion avoidance and control
9. Self-Organization in peer-to-peer systems
Sebastian Schwardt
10. Ant-based network management with mobile agents
Wolf Laaser

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