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Handling the Dynamic Reconfiguration of Software Architectures Using Aspects

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Handling the Dynamic Reconfiguration of Software Architectures Using Aspects
Currently, most software systems have a dynamic nature and need to evolve at run-time. For this reason, the dynamic reconfiguration of software architectures is a challenge that must be dealt with to enable the creation and destruction of component instances and their links at run-time. This challenge is even greater when there are autonomous composite components which also need reconfiguration capabilities to evolve their internal compositions. This paper presents a novel approach to dynamically reconfigure software architectures taking advantage of aspect-oriented techniques. The approach presented is a platformindependent alternative whose aim is to increase the reuse and to decrease the maintenance effort. It deals with the challenge of reconfiguring composite components that: (1) are easy to maintain, since the dynamic reconfiguration concern is separated from the other concerns; (2) can autonomously reconfigure themselves, since each composite component is provided with dynamic ...
Cristóbal Costa Soria, Jennifer Pére
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where CSMR
Authors Cristóbal Costa Soria, Jennifer Pérez, José A. Carsí
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