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Self-adaptive component-based architectures facilitate the building of systems capable of dynamically adapting to varying execution context. Such a dynamic adaptation is particularly relevant in the domain of ubiquitous computing, where numerous and unexpected changes of the execution context prevail. In this paper, we introduce an extension of the MUSIC(More)
The success of high-level programming models in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) is heavily dependent on factors such as ease of programming, code well-structuring, degree of code reusability, and required software development effort. Component-based programming has been recognized as an effective approach to meet such requirements. Most of componentization(More)
Ubiquitous applications are characterised by variations of their execution context. Their correct operation requires some continual adaptations based on the observation of their execution context. The design and the implementation of these observation policies is then the cornerstone of any ubiquitous applications. In this article, we propose COSMOS which(More)
— Component-oriented programming has achieved wide acceptance in the domain of software engineering by improving productivity, reusability and composition. This success has also encouraged the emergence of a plethora of component models. Nevertheless, even if the abstract models of existing component models are quite similar, their programming models can(More)
<i>Service-Oriented Architectures</i> (SOA) are built as compositions of inter-organizational services. These services are deployed and published by providers who are responsible for provisioning the services with sufficient resources. However, even though services are implemented by technologies providing a wide range of adaptation related features, such(More)
Wireless reprogramming of sensor nodes is a critical requirement in long-lived wireless sensor networks (WSNs) addressing several concerns, such as fixing bugs, upgrading the operating system and applications, and adapting applications behavior according to the physical environment. In such resource-poor platforms, the ability to efficiently delimit and(More)
Traditionally, when implementing a transaction service, a protocol is chosen and it remains the same during the system execution. Nevertheless, the dynamic nature of nowadays application contexts (e.g., mobile, ad-hoc, peer-to-peer) and behaviour variations (semantic-related aspects) motivates the needs for application adaptation. Next generation of system(More)
The increasing number of distributed applications over <i>Wireless Sensor Networks</i> (WSNs) in ubiquitous environments raises the need for high-level mechanisms to distribute sensor services and integrate them in modern IT systems. Existing work in this area mostly focuses on low-level networking issues, and fails to provide high-level and off-the-shelf(More)
Public Abstract / Executive summary: This deliverable is the second published result of the 1st Work Package of the MUSIC project. The main objective of this deliverable is to document the initial results on mechanisms and planning algorithms for self-adaptation developed by the MUSIC partners. Additionally, this deliverable aims to document the main(More)