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MUSIC: Middleware Support for Self-Adaptation in Ubiquitous and Service-Oriented Environments

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MUSIC: Middleware Support for Self-Adaptation in Ubiquitous and Service-Oriented Environments
Self-adaptive component-based architectures facilitate the building of systems capable of dynamically adapting to varying execution context. Such a dynamic adaptation is particularly relevant in the domain of ubiquitous computing, where numerous and unexpected changes of the execution context prevail. In this paper, we introduce an extension of the MUSIC component-based planning framework that optimizes the overall utility of applications when such changes occur. In particular, we focus on changes in the service provider landscape in order to plug in interchangeably components and services providing the functionalities defined by the component framework. The dynamic adaptations are operated automatically for optimizing the application utility in a given execution context. Our resulting planning framework is described and validated on a motivating scenario of the MUSIC project.
Romain Rouvoy, Paolo Barone, Yun Ding, Frank Elias
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where DAGSTUHL
Authors Romain Rouvoy, Paolo Barone, Yun Ding, Frank Eliassen, Svein O. Hallsteinsen, Jorge Lorenzo, Alessandro Mamelli, Ulrich Scholz
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