Talks and Poster Presentations (without Proceedings-Entry):
"Service Engineering the Fabric of IoT, People, and Systems";
Talk: Ming Hsieh Institute, USC Viterbi School of Engineering,
Los Angeles, CA, USA (invited);
In this talk I will explore the integration of people, software services, and things with their data, into a novel resilient ecosystem, which can be modeled, programmed, and deployed on a large scale in an elastic way. This novel paradigm has major consequences on how we view, build, design, and deploy ultra-large scale distributed
systems and establishes a novel foundation for an "architecture of value" driven Smart City.
In particular, this talk addresses three novel paradigms for designing the service-oriented information systems of the future: Elastic Computing, Social Compute Units, and Osmotic Computing. These three paradigms serve as a foundation for future large-scale distributed systems. Furthermore, we will discuss our responsibilities as
computer scientists, technologists, and researchers for creating technologies, which benefit society in a positive way, thereby strengthening the new fabric of interconnected people, software services, and things into a novel resilient ecosystem.
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