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Managing distributed dynamic systems with spatial grasp technology

Peter Sapaty (Author)
The book describes a novel ideology and supporting information technology for integral management of both civil and defence-orientated large, distributed dynamic systems. The approach is based on a high-level Spatial Grasp Language, SGL, expressing solutions in physical, virtual, executive and combined environments in the form of active self-evolving and self-propagating patterns spatially matching the systems to be created, modified and controlled. The communicating interpreters of SGL can be installed in key system points, which may be in large numbers (up to millions and billions) and represent equipped humans, robots, laptops, smartphones, smart sensors, etc. Operating under gestalt-inspired scenarios in SGL initially injected from any points, these systems can be effectively converted into goal-driven spatial machines (rather than computers as dealing with physical matter too) capable of responding to numerous challenges caused by growing world dynamics in the 21st century. Including numerous practical examples, the book is a valuable resource for system managers and programmers
eBook, English, 2017
Springer, Cham, Switzerland, 2017
Springer eBooks
1 online resource (xvii, 284 pages) : illustrations (some color)
9783319504612, 3319504614
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Some Theoretical Background
Chapter 3 Spatial Grasp Model
Chapter 4 SGL Detailed Specification
Chapter 5 Main Spatial Mechanisms in SGL
Chapter 6 SGL Networked Interpreter
Chapter 7 Creation, Activation and Management of a Distributed World
Chapter 8 Parallel and Distributed Network Operations
Chapter 9 Solving Social Problems
Chapter 10 Automated Command and Control
Chapter 11 Collective Robotics
Chapter 12 Conclusions