By L. Jean Camp (auth.), Juan González Nieto, Wolfgang Reif, Guojun Wang, Jadwiga Indulska (eds.)
This publication constitutes the refereed procedings of the sixth foreign convention on Autonomic and depended on Computing, ATC 2009, held in Brisbane, Australia, in July 2009, co-located with UIC 2009, the sixth overseas convention on Ubiquitous Intelligence and Computing.
The 17 revised complete papers provided including one invited paper and one keynote speak have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from fifty two submissions. The general papers are prepared in topical sections on natural and autonomic computing, relied on computing, instant sensor networks, and trust.
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Weiss et al. Multi-faceted research is being pursued in this research ﬁeld . Various systems are enabled to provide so-called self-x properties  like Self-Protection, SelfHealing, Self-Conﬁguration among others. The pursued goal is to reduce the management or control from the outside of elements by applying inner selfcontrol mechanisms. Also the interaction and the achievement of an intended behavior of such self-managing elements is of concern. In the following we will present a non-exhaustive list of approaches utilizing self-organization in general and in the automotive domain.
The ongoing DySCAS project  focuses on developing a middleware enabling dynamic self-conﬁguration in today’s cars. The upcoming results will have to show if the beneﬁts justify the drawbacks of the overhead for a middleware. Within the research project ReCoNets  fault-tolerance is addressed by bringing Hardware/Software-Reconﬁguration into the automobile. g. FPGA reconﬁguration) but might be feasible in the future. As brieﬂy described here diﬀerent approaches are in progress enabling self-x properties in future cars with various degrees of possible adaptation.
37–46 (2006) Towards Self-organization in Automotive Embedded Systems Gereon Weiss, Marc Zeller, Dirk Eilers, and Rudi Knorr Fraunhofer Institute for Communication Systems (ESK), Hansastr. de Abstract. The rising complexity of upcoming embedded computing systems cannot be managed by traditional methodologies. Hence, with Autonomic Computing and Organic Computing new paradigms of selforganizing systems have been introduced. The automotive sector as an application domain of embedded systems also has to face the challenge of growing complexity.