Intel Technology Journal
Exploring Control and Autonomic Computing
The Intel Technology Journal, Volume 16, Issue 2 is focused on Autonomic Computing (AC). The foreword author Alan Ganek's words provide the overview of this edition.
"I can think of no better demonstration of the ongoing health of autonomic computing than this issue of the Intel Technology Journal. The core concept of Autonomic Computing (AC) asserts that the key principles must be applied at every level of systems, from low level circuitry to end-to-end systems. As a leading provider of processing and communications technology, Intel shows in these articles AC at work across its broad spectrum of technology with impressive results. Applications of AC as diverse as fault diagnosis in circuitry, energy and power optimization, automated mechanical controls, chip design, wireless communications, and workload and resource management are presented. As a major force in the world of technology, Intel’s continued commitment to this arena is welcome news for consumers of information technology, which really includes all of us."
The content architects for this edition are Rahul Khanna and Mohan Kumar.