Controlled self-organisation: Using learning classifier by Urban Maximilian Richter

By Urban Maximilian Richter

The complexity of technical structures raises, breakdowns happen in general. The project of natural computing is to tame those demanding situations by means of offering levels of freedom for self-organised behaviour. to accomplish those ambitions, new tools need to be constructed. The proposed observer/controller structure constitutes a method to accomplish managed self-organisation. to enhance its layout, multi-agent situations are investigated. specially, studying utilizing studying classifier structures is addressed.

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Of course, this is an important discussion and scientists doing research in informatics or biologically inspired informatics have to cope with it. Hence, this thesis will focus on the challenge of designing technical systems, which are inspired by swarm intelligence, multi-agent systems, or self-organisation and enable controllability of these systems at the same time. The research on these different domains has intensified. A growing number of conferences2 , workshops3 , and journals4 supports this trend.

For reasons of presentation, the chronological order, in which the articles appeared, does not coincide with the presented order within the following chapters. 8 Chapter 2 Organic Computing (OC) It is not the question, whether adaptive and self-organising systems will emerge, but how they will be designed and controlled. [Sch05b, SMSÇ+ 07] Since the work presented here is mainly based on OC research topics, this chapter summarises the vision of OC. Motivation and challenges of this young research field are explained in short, before the contributions of this thesis are described in the following chapters.

E. , in 2005 weak car batteries head the table of causes for break-downs listed by the ACE Auto Club Europa with 25% [ACE06], while electronic components are listed on third position (currently) with 13%, still increasing their percentage. Thus, the questions arise, how to design such complex distributed and highly interconnected systems, and how to make them reliable and usable. Clearly, the designer is not able to foresee all possible system configurations, and to prescribe proper behaviours for all cases.

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