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International Journal of Adaptive, Resilient and Autonomic Systems (IJARAS)

International Journal of Adaptive, Resilient and Autonomic Systems (IJARAS)

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Published: Semi-Annually |Established: 2010
ISSN: 1947-9220|EISSN: 1947-9239|DOI: 10.4018/IJARAS
Out of print.
Journal Metrics
Submission to Acceptance: Approx. 31 - 35 Weeks
Acceptance to Publication: Approx. 51 - 55 Weeks
Acceptance Rate: 41%
Description & Scope
The International Journal of Adaptive, Resilient and Autonomic Systems (IJARAS) examines systems and organizations characterized by the following two properties: the ability to self-adapt to the characteristics of rapidly changing and turbulent environments by adopting complex individual and... Show More
Mission & Scope:
Society is currently experiencing the increasing population of “things,” able to autonomously link with each other and enact complex strategies to achieve tasks. The emergence of the Semantic Web, the Internet-of-Things, Ambient Intelligence, and cyber-physical societies make it impossible to capture the intricacies of the future highly dynamic and turbulent networks of interrelated... Show More
  • Adaptive data integrity
  • Adaptive fault-tolerance
  • Analytical and simulation tools to measure a system’s ability to withstand faults and optimally re-adjust to new environments
  • Architecture-based adaptation
  • Autonomic applications
  • Autonomous and adaptive systems in robotics
  • Biologically inspired mechanisms to enact complex adaptation strategies
  • Collective strategies for adaptation and resilience, including cooperation, competition, co-opetition, co-innovation, and co-evolution
  • Complex adaptive-and-resilient systems and organizations
  • Context- and situation-awareness
  • Design-time/run-time methods and tools to identify and enforce optimal trade-offs between energy consumption, performance, safety, and security
  • Dynamics of complex adaptive and resilient systems and organizations
  • Evolutionary approaches to autonomic computing, resilience, and adaptive systems
  • Human Aspects
  • Mechanisms to model, design, express, and develop adaptive, autonomic, and resilient systems
  • Methods to express resilience (e.g., resilience policies and contracts)
  • Perception and introspection capabilities
  • Personalization
  • Quality of experience
  • Recovery-oriented computing
  • Resilience and adaptation in management science
  • Resilience engineering
  • Resilient adaptation behavior composition
  • Resilient adaptation planning
  • Role of diversity in the emergence of survivability, innovability, value capture, etc.
  • Role of organizations on the emergence of adaptation and resilience: heterarchies, holarchies, fractal social organizations, etc.
  • Scalable, maintainable, and cost-effective provisions located at all system levels to achieve adaptability and dependability
  • Self-adaptive and self-resilient systems: models, design, development, maintenance, evaluation, and benchmarking issues
  • Software elasticity: techniques, tools, and approaches to absorb and tolerate the consequences of failures, attacks, and changes within and without system boundaries
Editorial Board

Editorial Board

Editor-in-Chief Emeritus
Vincenzo De Florio, Vrije Universiteit Brussel and Vlaamse Instelling Voor Technologisch Onderzoek (VITO), Belgium
International Advisory Board
Angioletta Voghera, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Maher Ben Jemaa, University of Sfax, Tunisia
Patrizia Grifoni, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Italy
Surajit Bag, University of Johannesburg, South Africa ORCID
Editorial Review Board
Andrew Tyrrell, University of York, United Kingdom
Chao Wang, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, United States
Chris Blondia, University of Antwerp, Belgium
Cristiano di Flora, Nokia Research Center, Finland
David Taniar, Monash University, Australia ORCID
Domenico Cotroneo, University of Napoli “Federico II”, Italy
Eija Kaasinen, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Finland
Eric Pardede, La Trobe University, Australia
Francesca Saglietti, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany
Gabriele Mencagli, University of Pisa, Italy
Gabriella Caporaletti, EICAS Automazione, Italy
Geir Horn, Sintec System, Norway
Gianluca Mazzini, University of Ferrara, Italy
Gianluca Tempesti, University of York, United Kingdom
Hans Vangheluwe, University of Antwerp, Belgium
Hong Sun, AGFA Research, Belgium
Jonas Buys, University of Antwerp, Belgium
Josef Van Vaerenbergh, Center for Multidisciplinary Approach and Technology, Belgium
Konrad Klöckner, Fraunhofer FIT, Germany
Leo G Marcus, The Aerospace Corporation, United States
Llorenç Cerdà-Alabern, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain
Lorenz Froihofer, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Luca Foschini, Università di Bologna, Italy ORCID
Maarten Weyn, Artesis University College of Antwerp, Belgium
Marc Leeman, Barco, Belgium
Marcello Cinque, University of Napoli “Federico II”, Italy
Markus Endler, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Masoud Daneshtalab, University of Turku, Finland
Massimiliano Rak, University of Naples, Italy
Mohamed Bakhouya, Aalto University, Finland
Nicolas Letor, University of Antwerp, Belgium
Ning Gui, University of Leuven, Belgium
Rony Dayan, KnowAndManage Ltd, Israel, Israel
Stéphane Frénot, University of Lyon, France
Tom Holvoet, University of Leuven, Belgium
Walid Chainbi, Sousse National School of Engineers, Tunisia
Xinheng Wang, Swansea University, United Kingdom
Yan Zhang, Simula Research Lab, Norway
Zhe Ma, IMEC, Belgium
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