|Lecturer||Prof. Dr. Christian Becker|
|Exercises||M. Sc. Martin Breitbach|
|Type||2L + 2E|
|Prerequisites||Recommended: IS 554|
|Form of assessment||Written (60 min) or oral examination|
|Registration||Not required. To get access to the course material in Ilias, please enter the module in the Portal2.|
|Applicable for||M.Sc. Management, M.Sc. Business Education, M.Sc. Business Informatics, M.Sc. Economics|
|Start||Tue 02 March, 10.15 am in BWL-ZOOM-21|
Modern IT systems experience various developments that lead to an increase of their complexity during development, deployment, and maintenance. This module discusses concepts and algorithms of modern context-aware and adaptive computing systems, which are robust, flexible, and reduce management effort by self-organization. Such systems monitor their environment and adapt themselves, e.g., their behavior or structure to the current state of their execution environment.
We will discuss architectural concepts (MAPE-loop), algorithms (election, snapshot, state capture), and protocols (state dissemination). These will be related to context acquisition and management as well application areas, such as Pervasive Computing, Industry 4.0, and the Internet of Things.