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Using Genetic Programming to Generate Protocol Adaptors for Interprocess Communication.

Van Belle, Werner; Mens, Tom; D'Hondt, Theo

In: Volume 2606 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 422-433. January 2003.

Abstract: As mobile devices become more powerful, interprocess communication becomes increasingly more important. Unfortunately, this larger freedom of mobility gives rise to unknown environments. In these environments, processes that want to communicate with each other will be unable to do so because of protocol conflicts. Although conflicting protocols can be remedied by using adaptors, the number of possible combinations of different protocols increases dramatically. Therefore we propose a technique to generate protocol adaptors automatically. This is realised by means of genetically engineered classifier systems that use Petri nets as a specification for the underlying protocols. This paper reports on an experiment that validates this approach.

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