Seyed Masoud Sadjadi

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Interest in adaptive computing systems has increased dramatically in the past few years, and a variety of techniques now allow software to adapt dynamically to its environment. Compositional adaptation enables software to modify its structure and behavior dynamically in response to change in its execution environment. A review of current technology compares(More)
We propose an Adaptive CORBA Template (ACT), which enables run-time improvements to CORBA applications in response to unanticipated changes in either their functional requirements or their execution environments. ACT enhances CORBA applications by transparently weaving adaptive code into their object request brokers (ORBs) at run time. The woven code(More)
TRAP/BPEL is a framework that adds autonomic behavior into existing BPEL processes automatically and transparently. We define an autonomic BPEL process as a composite Web service that is capable of responding to changes in its execution environment (e.g., a failure in a partner Web service). Unlike other approaches, TRAP/BPEL does not require any manual(More)
Today, many commercial and private cloud computing providers offer resources for leasing under the infrastructure as a service (IaaS) paradigm. Although an abundance of mechanisms already facilitate the lease and use of single infrastructure resources, to complete multi-job workloads IaaS users still need to select adequate provisioning and allocation(More)
This paper describes the internal architecture and operation of an adaptable communication component called the MetaSocket. MetaSockets are created using Adaptive Java, a reflective extension to Java that enables a component’s internal architecture and behavior to be adapted at run time in response to external stimuli. This paper describes how adaptive(More)
This paper describes TRAP/J, a software tool that enables new adaptable behavior to be added to existing Java applications transparently (that is, without modifying the application source code and without extending the JVM). The generation process combines behavioral reflection and aspect-oriented programming to achieve this goal. Specifically, TRAP/J(More)
This paper presents an aspect-oriented approach to dynamic adaptation. A systematic process for defining where, when, and how an adaptation is to be incorporated into an application is presented. Specifically, the paper presents a two-phase approach to dynamic adaptation, where the first phase prepares a non-adaptive program for adaptation, and the second(More)
The increasing demand for high performance computing resources has led to new forms of collaboration of distributed systems, such as grid computing systems. Moreover, the need for interoperability among different grid systems through the use of common protocols and standards has become increased in the last few years. In this paper we describe and evaluate(More)