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Reflective Self-Regenerative Systems Architecture Study
Final technical rept.
GEORGIA INST OF TECH ATLANTA COLL OF COMPUTING
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In this study, we develop the Reflective Self-Regenerative Systems RSRS architecture in detail, describing the internal structure of each component and the mutual invocations among the components. The main goal of RSRS architecture is a conceptually simple, but functionally rich description of the four topic areas of the Self-Regenerative Systems SRS program as well as the interactions among them. Specifically, we use the concepts of reflection and feedback control in the SRS components and between components. The feedback control is part of monitor-learning-actuator MLA loop. By allowing recursive and mutual invocations of the SRS components and the presence of MLA loops at different component levels, we will be able to create a rich set of capabilities that demonstrate the power of an SRS application or system. This analysis of the currentplanned results of SRS Phase I projects, as described by the RSRS architecture as the unifying framework is then applied to two military scenarios, TCT Time Critical Targeting and Hyper-DAegis.
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