Harrison D. Strowd

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Service-oriented architectures (SOAs) provide loose coupling and software reuse in enterprise applications. SOAs enable applications to heal themselves by failing over to alternate services when a critical application component or service reference fails. The numerous intricate details of identifying errors and planning a recovery strategy make it hard to(More)
Building enterprise applications that can self-adapt to eliminate component failures is hard. Existing approaches for building adaptive applications exhibit significant limitations, such as requiring developers to manually handle healing side-effects, such as lock release, thread synchronization, and transaction cancellation. Moreover, these techniques(More)
The concepts and techniques that underlie architectural analysis are well understood in the research community. However, many of these approaches do not incorporate uncertainty into their techniques. This forces the architect to specify precisely properties that are not well defined or to analyze the system qualitatively, providing an imprecise(More)
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