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2010
IEEE
11 years 10 months ago
Towards Adaptive Replication Reconfiguration for QoS
— Replication is a technique widely used for large networked software systems to provide qualities such as reliability, availability, performance and scalability to their clients...
Raihan Al-Ekram, Richard C. Holt
ICDCSW
2005
IEEE
12 years 5 months ago
QoS Oriented Dynamic Replica Cost Model for P2P Computing
Replication on multiple nodes is an effective way to improve the availability in the P2P or grid environment. It is difficult to determine how many replicas can fulfill the user r...
Feng Mao, Hai Jin, Deqing Zou, Baoli Chen, Li Qi
EUROPLOP
2006
12 years 1 months ago
Patterns for Adaptive Service-Centric Systems
Service-centric systems are driven more and more towards self-adaptation in order to satisfy QoS in highly dynamic environments. However, the young age and immaturity of this doma...
Paris Avgeriou
JHSN
2000
112views more  JHSN 2000»
11 years 11 months ago
A hierarchical Quality of Service control architecture for configurable multimedia applications
In order to achieve the best application-level Quality-of-Service (QoS), multimedia applications need to be dynamically tuned and reconfigured to adapt to fluctuating computing an...
Baochun Li, William Kalter, Klara Nahrstedt
ECOOP
2005
Springer
12 years 5 months ago
Towards a Meta-Modelling Approach to Configurable Middleware
Abstract. In our research we are studying how to combine modelling, metamodelling, and reflection to systematically generate middleware configurations that can be targeted at diffe...
Nelly Bencomo, Gordon S. Blair, Geoff Coulson, Tha...
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