Acta Scientific Computer Sciences

Review Article Volume 3 Issue 9

Spatial Grasp Model for Management of Dynamic Distributed Systems

Peter Simon Sapaty*

Institute of Mathematical Machines and Systems National Academy of Sciences, Kiev, Ukraine

*Corresponding Author: Peter Simon Sapaty, Institute of Mathematical Machines and Systems National Academy of Sciences, Kiev, Ukraine.

Received: July 07, 2021; Published: August 31, 2021


  More complex distributed and intelligent systems are being developed covering both terrestrial and celestial environments, which relate to economy, ecology, communications, security, and defense. Their efficient management, especially in dynamic and unpredictable situations, needs serious investigations and development, even breakthroughs, in scientific and technological areas. Their traditional representations as parts operating by certain algorithms and exchanging messages are becoming inadequate as such systems need much stronger integration in order to operate as holistic organisms pursuing global and often varying goals. The current paper is just oriented on a completely different paradigm for organization and management of large dynamic and distributed systems, which extends and transforms the notion of algorithm for not only describing knowledge processing logic but also allowing it to directly exist, propagate, and operate as an integral whole in any distributed spaces, which may be constantly changing their volumes and structures. Having some organizational features related to powerful viruses, recent pandemics too, this ubiquitous Spatial Grasp (SG) model is presented in the paper on philosophical and implementation levels, with introduction of special spatio-charts for its exhibition and studies, which are extending traditional algorithmic flowcharts towards working directly in distributed spaces. Using this model for the creation of resultant Spatial Grasp Technology and its basic Spatial Grasp Language, already described in detail in numerous publications, is also briefed. Elementary examples of dealing with distributed networks, collective human-robotic behavior, and removal of space debris by constellation of cleaning satellites explain SG advantages over traditional system organizations.

Keywords: Algorithm; Flowchart; Distributed Systems; Spatial Grasp; Spatio-chart; Holistic Solutions; Network Management; Collective Behavior; Space Debris


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Citation: Peter Simon Sapaty. “Spatial Grasp Model for Management of Dynamic Distributed Systems". Acta Scientific Computer Sciences 3.9 (2021): 74-84.


Copyright: © 2021 Peter Simon Sapaty. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.


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