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Towards Dynamic Adaptation of Probabilistic Systems

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Towards Dynamic Adaptation of Probabilistic Systems
Dynamic system adaptation is modeled in the coordination language Paradigm as coordination of collaborating components. A special component McPal allows for addition of new behavior, of new constraints and of new control in view of a new collaboration. McPal gradually adapts the system dynamics. It is shown that the approach also applies to the probabilistic setting. For a client-server example, where McPal adds, step-by-step, probabilistic behavior to deterministic components, precise modeling of changing system dynamics is achieved. This modeling of the transient behavior, spanning the complete migration range from as-is collaboration to to-be collaboration, serves as a stepping stone to quantitative analysis of the system during adaptation.
Suzana Andova, Luuk Groenewegen, Erik P. de Vink
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where ISOLA
Authors Suzana Andova, Luuk Groenewegen, Erik P. de Vink
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