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DEECO: an ensemble-based component system
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A new class of component systems (Ensemble-Based Component Systems - EBCS) which bind autonomic components with cyclic execution via dynamic component ensembles controlling data exchange is proposed.
Towards Dependable Emergent Ensembles of Components: The DEECo Component Model
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The DEECo component model is introduced, where such bindings, as well as the associated communication, are managed in an automated way, enabling transparent handling of the dynamic changes in the system.
Software Abstractions for Component Interaction in the Internet of Things
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A case study in collaborative parking demonstrates the open-endedness of component ensembles and their ability to self-adapt.
A Life Cycle for the Development of Autonomic Systems: The E-mobility Showcase
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The key concepts and benefits of the ASCENS approach are demonstrated in the context of intelligent navigation of electric vehicles (e-Mobility), which itself is one of the three key case studies of the project.
An Architecture Framework for Experimentations with Self-Adaptive Cyber-physical Systems
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This work takes an architecture-based approach and advocate the use of component-based abstractions and related machinery to engineer self-adaptive CPS and provides the architecture abstractions of autonomous components and component ensembles on top of which different adaptation techniques can be deployed.
Component-based design of cyber-physical applications with safety-critical requirements
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A component-based design technique based on DEECo (Dependable Emergent Ensembles of Components), which allows modeling large-scale dynamic systems by a set of interacting components and provides mechanisms to describe transitory interactions between them.
An Architecture-Based Approach for Compute-Intensive Pervasive Systems in Dynamic Environments
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This work discusses relevant challenges and requirements for integrating cloud computing with pervasive systems operating in dynamic environments and presents a set of requirements using a holistic case study and describes a framework approach to address these requirements.
Gossiping Components for Cyber-Physical Systems
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It is argued, that exploitation of application-specific information, software architecture in particular, has a large potential for improving the robustness and performance of gossip-based communication.
DEECo: an ecosystem for cyber-physical systems
In this work we tackle the problem of designing and developing software-intensive cyber-physical systems (CPS), which are large distributed systems of collaborating elements that closely interact
Software Engineering for Software-Intensive Cyber-Physical Systems
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It is argued that this can be addressed by a synergy and adaptation of existing models and abstractions, and a proposal towards such a synergy is shown, and its implications are discussed.
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