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2005
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A Generic Language for Dynamic Adaptation

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A Generic Language for Dynamic Adaptation
Today, component oriented middlewares are used to design, develop and deploy distributed applications easily. They ensure the heterogeneity, interoperability, and reuse of software modules. Several standards address this issue: CCM (CORBA Component Model), EJB (Enterprise Java Beans) and .Net. However they offer a limited and fixed number of system services, and their deployment and configuration mechanisms cannot be used by any language nor API dynamically. As a solution, we present a generic high-level language to adapt system services dynamically in existing middlewares. This solution is based on a highly adaptable platform which enforces adaptive behaviours, and offers a means to specify and adapt system services dynamically. A first prototype3 was achieved for the OpenCCM platform4 , and good performances were obtained.
Assia Hachichi, Gaël Thomas, Cyril Martin, Be
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where EUROPAR
Authors Assia Hachichi, Gaël Thomas, Cyril Martin, Bertil Folliot, Simon Patarin
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