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The development of infrastructures enabling dynamic and automated composition of technical systems is a big challenge. This paper addresses a new idea of allowing systems to reconfigure themselves. We propose DoAmI-a Domain-specific Ambient Intelligence middle-ware platform for service reconfiguration and dynamic integration. The concept is based on(More)
Ultra-Large-Scale Systems are considered to be the new system generation. For these systems current development approaches are not well suited, since they do not scale well for large systems. One view onto such systems is to see them as IT Ecosystems comparable to complex ecosystems from nature and biology. We will present an example for such a system, the(More)
Ambient Intelligence (AmI) is a new technological paradigm which aims at improving everyday life. The vision of Ambient Intelligence is to augment almost every artifact with some kind of intelligence and communication ability and thus to provide an intelligent environment which is able to make life easier in an ambient way. Several aspects play an important(More)
abstract The development of infrastructures enabling dynamic and automated composition of IT systems is a big challenge. This paper addresses a new idea of allowing BLOCKINcomponent-based BLOCKINsystems BLOCKINto BLOCKINreconfigure themselves. Therefore, the authors propose DAiSI-a Dynamic Adaptive System Infrastructure for dynamic integration of components(More)
In this chapter we analyze how a web migration can trigger adaptation not only at the user interface level, but also at the application logic level (see Chaps. 5 and 7). This implies that the web application changes the way it is rendered in the target device, and also the underlying logic that controls the application adapts as well as a consequence of the(More)
The example of use which was chosen as the Common Component Modeling Example (CoCoME) and on which the several methods presented in this book should be applied was designed according to the example described by Larman in [1]. The description of this example and its use cases in the current chapter shall be considered under the assumption that this(More)