Paramai Supadulchai

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To be able to utilize the generative potential of future networks for service composition, the attributes of services and networks must be appropriately formalized, stored and made available. Important attributes are the capability and the status. Capability is an inherent property of a node or a user, which defines the ability to do something. The(More)
This paper presents a policy-based architecture for adaptable service systems based on the combination of reasoning machines and extended finite state machines. Policies are introduced to obtain flexibility with respect to specification and execution of adaptable service systems that give high performance over a range of system status values. The presented(More)
Network-based services have, for more than a decade been, been an important research topic. A demand has arisen for a platform with functionalities beyond existing solutions. The paper develops a formal framework for dynamic configuration and reconfiguration of services in TAPAS - telematics architecture for plug-and-play systems (see(More)
This paper presents a policy-supported architecture for adaptable service systems based on the combination of Reasoning Machines and Extended Finite State Machines. Policies are introduced to obtain flexibility with respect to specification and execution of adaptation mechanisms. The presented architecture covers two aspects: service system framework and(More)
Service systems are likely to be highly dynamic in terms of changing resources and configurations. On the one hand, resources are increasingly configurable, extendable, and replaceable. On the other hand, their availability is also varying. For this reason, the handling of these changes is crucial to achieve efficiency. To accomplish this objective, a(More)
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