adaptive algorithms, adaptive self-organizing concurrent systems, ASOCS, adaptive network
This paper analyzes adaptive algorithm 3 (AA3) of adaptive self-organizing concurrent systems (ASOCS) and proves that AA3 correctly fulfills the rules presented. Several different models for ASOCS have been developed. AA3 uses a distributed mechanism for implementing rules so correctness is not obvious. An ASOCS is an adaptive network composed of many simple computing elements operating in parallel. An ASOCS operates in one of two modes: learning and processing. In learning mode, rules are presented to the ASOCS and incorporated in a self-organizing fashion. In processing mode, the ASOCS acts as a parallel hardware circuit that performs the function defined by the learned rules.
Original Publication Citation
Barker, J. C. and Martinez, T. R., "Proof of Correctness for ASOCS AA3 Networks", IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, vol. 24, No. 3, pp. 53-51, 1994.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Barker, J. Cory and Martinez, Tony R., "Proof of Correctness for ASOCS AA3 Networks" (1994). Faculty Publications. 1168.
Physical and Mathematical Sciences
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