Self-Managing Systems: an Introduction



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XIX century technology

Usual path of technology

  • Originally, all kinds of technology needs lots of human involvment
    • New inventions are typically “geeky”, need expertise to install and maintain
    • In general, the “default” seems to be human work, due to its flexibility and adaptivity: in an early stage it is always superior to alternatives

Usual path of technology

  • Eventually, humans are removed completely or mostly by the technology becoming simple (for humans) and standardized
    • To increase adoption and sales (electricity, cars, etc)
    • To decrease cost (industrial revolution, agriculture)
    • To allow super-human performance (space aviation)
  • Simplicity of usage often means increased overlall systems complexity (is this a rule?)

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