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This paper argues for a set of requirements that an architectural style for self-healing systems should satisfy: adaptability, dynamicity, awareness, autonomy, robustness, distributability, mobility, and traceability. Support for these requirements is discussed along five dimensions we have identified as distinguishing characteristics of architectural(More)
Architectural styles are named collections of constraints on configurations of architectural elements, and are believed to bring economies of scale in applying software architecture techniques to software development. Existing research on architectural styles provides little guidance for the systematic design and construction of architectural style(More)
Software architectures provide high-level abstractions for representing the structure, behavior, and key properties of software systems. Various architecture description languages, styles, tools, and technologies have emerged over the past decade. At the same time, there has been comparatively little focus on techniques and technologies for transforming(More)
Product families promote reuse of software artifacts such as architectures, designs and implementations. Product family architectures are difficult to create due to the need to support variations. Traditional approaches emphasize the identification and description of generic components, which makes it difficult to support variations among products. This(More)
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