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Developing adaptive systems with synchronized architectures

Tiberiu Seceleanu and David Garlan.

In The Journal of Systems and Software, Vol. 79(11):1514-1526, November 2006.

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In this paper we show how to specify and refine self-adapting systems, by employing the state-based formalism called action systems. Assuming a fixed set of possible configurations, we use a recently-introduced synchronization operator to achieve separation of concerns between adaptation policy, fault tolerance and steady-state system execution. Using action systems allows us to apply standard refinement techniques, aimed for correct implementations of higher-level models. We illustrate this idea by applying it to the problem of coping with dynamically-varying user requirements and possible fault situations.

Keywords: Autonomic Systems, Software Architecture.  
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