Decisional DNA-based embedded systems: A new perspective
Nowadays, knowledge-based embedded systems have become a new trend on embedded systems. They are capable of knowledge acquisition, reusing, evolving and sharing. However, due to the lack of standardized solutions and development platforms, it is not only very hard to share knowledge among different knowledge-based embedded systems, but this also causes huge waste by redesign, redevelopment, and knowledge re-acquiring. In this paper, we propose the Decisional DNA-based Embedded Systems as a new approach to meet this demand. Decisional DNA is a domain-independent, flexible and standard knowledge representation structure. We apply Decisional DNA to embedded systems to make them acquire, reuse, evolve and share knowledge in an easy and standard way. As a result, we propose the features, architecture and application types for the embedded systems.
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