Abstract: In the paper we present several models of computation for autonomic cloud computing. In particular, we justify that for autonomic cloud computing if we require perfect self-reflection, we need models of computation going beyond Turing machines. To approximate self-reflection, models below Turing machines are sufficient. The above claims are illustrated using as an example the DIME Network Architecture.
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State of the Art of Information Technology Computing Models for Autonomic Cloud Computing
Published: 09 June 2017 by MDPI in DIGITALISATION FOR A SUSTAINABLE SOCIETY session Cognitive Distributed Computing and its Impact on IT (Information Technology) as We Know It