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Specification, decomposition and agent synthesis for situation-aware service-based systems

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Specification, decomposition and agent synthesis for situation-aware service-based systems
Service-based systems are distributed computing systems with the major advantage of enabling rapid composition of distributed applications, such as collaborative research and development, scientific computing, e-business, health care and homeland security, regardless of the programming languages and platforms used in developing and running various components of the applications. In dynamic serviceoriented computing environment, situation awareness (SAW) is needed for system monitoring, adaptive service coordination and flexible security policy enforcement. To greatly reduce the development effort of SAW capability in service-based systems and effectively support runtime system adaptation, it is necessary to automate the development of reusable and autonomous software components, called SAW agents, for situation-aware service-based systems. In this paper, a logic-based approach to declaratively specifying SAW requirements, decomposing SAW specifications for efficient distributed situat...
Stephen S. Yau, Haishan Gong, Dazhi Huang, Wei Gao
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Type Journal
Year 2008
Where JSS
Authors Stephen S. Yau, Haishan Gong, Dazhi Huang, Wei Gao, Luping Zhu
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