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SCA (<i>Service Component Architecture</i>) is an OASIS standard for describing service-oriented middleware architectures. In particular, SCA promotes a disciplined way for designing distributed architectures based on a component model and an <i>Architecture Description Language</i> (ADL). However, SCA does not cover the deployment and the run-time(More)
In pervasive environments, the runtime adaptation of applications is done considering available event sources and services. To do that, the events have to be collected and processed, and the volatile services identified and accessed. However, although the event flow and service mobility are key issues in the adaptation process, existing solutions fail to(More)
In home environments, the customization of applications according to inhabitant’s information requires the integration of heterogenous event sources and services. To do that, the events have to be collected and processed, and the volatile services identified and used. The information collection and service access have to be done considering the identity of(More)
Dear Reader, Welcome to the eight edition of the MoVES newsletter. The MoVES network on Modelling, Veri cation and Evolution of Software combines the strength of the leading Belgian research teams in software engineering. MoVES also has a number of foreign partners that complement the expertise of the Belgian research teams. This issue of the MoVES(More)
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