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Interaction-Driven Self-adaptation of Service Ensembles

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Interaction-Driven Self-adaptation of Service Ensembles
Abstract. The emergence of large-scale online collaboration requires current information systems to be apprehended as service ensembles comprising human and software service entities. The software services in such systems cannot adapt to user needs based on autonomous principles alone. Instead system requirements need to reflect global interaction characteristics that arise from the overall collaborative effort. Interaction monitoring and analysis, therefore, must become a central aspect of system self-adaptation. We propose to dynamically evaluate and update system requirements based on interaction characteristics. Subsequent reconfiguration and replacement of services enables the ensemble to mature in parallel with the evolution of its user community. We evaluate our approach in a case study focusing on adaptive storage services.
Christoph Dorn, Schahram Dustdar
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Type Conference
Year 2010
Where CAISE
Authors Christoph Dorn, Schahram Dustdar
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