This presentation will discuss Dead-Zone (DZ) Logic as a shareable technique that could be used in many fields.
Dead-Zone (DZ) logic is a simple mechanism to prevent unnecessary, inefficient and ineffective control brevity when, for example, a self-adapting system is sufficiently close to its target state. It is implemented using a Tolerance-Range-Check (TRC) object. The TRC object encapsulates DZ logic and a three-way decision fork that flags which action amongst three options (e.g., increase value, decrease value or don’t change value) to take depending on the rules specified. It provides a natural and powerful framework for achieving dependable self-management in autonomic systems by enabling autonomic managers to smartly carry out a change (or adapt) only when it is safe and efficient to do so -within a particular (defined) safety margin.
This presentation will demonstrate a performance impact of dead-zone logic in a self-adapting datacentre resource request and allocation management case study.
This seminar is to discuss Shareable Techniques that other researchers might find interesting and useful for their own research.
Thaddeus is a Senior Lecturer in Cybersecurity, CSEEE Department. His research expertise is on Trustworthy Autonomics, MANET (mobile ad hoc network), and several areas of Cyber Security with current interest in applying trustworthy autonomics to Cyber Security.