A White Box Perspective on Behavioural Adaptation

@inproceedings{Bruni2015AWB,
  title={A White Box Perspective on Behavioural Adaptation},
  author={Roberto Bruni and Andrea Corradini and Fabio Gadducci and Alberto Lluch-Lafuente and Andrea Vandin},
  booktitle={Software, Services, and Systems},
  year={2015}
}
We present a white-box conceptual framework for adaptation developed in the context of the EU Project ASCENS coordinated by Martin Wirsing. We called it CoDa, for Control Data Adaptation, since it is based on the notion of control data. CoDa promotes a neat separation between application and adaptation logic through a clear identification of the set of data that is relevant for the latter. The framework provides an original perspective from which we survey a representative set of approaches to… 

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