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Task-based Self-adaptation

David Garlan, Vahe Poladian, Bradley Schmerl and João Sousa.

In Proceedings of the ACM SIGSOFT 2004 Workshop on Self-Managing Systems (WOSS'04), Newport Beach, CA, 31 October - 1 November 2004.

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Recently there has been increasing interest in developing systems that can adapt dynamically to cope with changing environmental conditions and unexpected system errors. Most efforts for achieving self-adaptation have focused on the mechanisms for detecting opportunities for improvement and then taking appropriate action. However, such mechanisms beg the question: what is the system trying to achieve? In a given situation there may be many possible adaptations, and knowing which one to pick is a difficult question. In this paper we advocate the use of explicit representation of user task as a critical element in addressing this missing link.

Keywords: Autonomic Systems, Self-Repair.  
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