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A Case Study in Goal-Driven Architectural Adaptation

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A Case Study in Goal-Driven Architectural Adaptation
To operate reliably in environments where interaction with an operator is infrequent or undesirable, an autonomous system should be capable of both determining how to achieve its objectives and adapting to novel circumstances on its own. We have developed an approach to constructing autonomous systems that synthesise tasks from high-level goals and adapt their software architecture to perform these tasks reliably in a changing environment. This paper presents our approach through a detailed case study, highlighting the challenges involved.
William Heaven, Daniel Sykes, Jeff Magee, Jeff Kra
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where DAGSTUHL
Authors William Heaven, Daniel Sykes, Jeff Magee, Jeff Kramer
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