Sciweavers

Share
EDO
2006
Springer

An extensible, lightweight architecture for adaptive J2EE applications

11 years 5 months ago
An extensible, lightweight architecture for adaptive J2EE applications
Server applications with adaptive behaviors can adapt their functionality in response to environmental changes, and significantly reduce the on-going costs of system deployment and administration. However, developing adaptive server applications is challenging due to the complexity of server technologies and highly dynamic application environments. This paper presents an architecture framework, known as the Adaptive Server Framework (ASF). ASF provides a clear separation between the implementation of adaptive behaviors and the server application business logic. This means a server application can be cost effectively extended with programmable adaptive features through the definition and implementation of control components defined in ASF. Furthermore, ASF is a lightweight architecture in that it incurs low CPU overhead and memory usage. We demonstrate the effectiveness of ASF through a case study, in which a server application dynamically determines the resolution and quality to scale...
Ian Gorton, Yan Liu, Nihar Trivedi
Added 22 Aug 2010
Updated 22 Aug 2010
Type Conference
Year 2006
Where EDO
Authors Ian Gorton, Yan Liu, Nihar Trivedi
Comments (0)
books