An Investigation of the Monitoring Activity in Self Adaptive Systems

@article{Abuseta2018AnIO,
  title={An Investigation of the Monitoring Activity in Self Adaptive Systems},
  author={Yousef Abuseta},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2018},
  volume={abs/1802.03667}
}
Runtime monitoring is essential for the violation detection during the underlying software system execution. In this paper, an investigation of the monitoring activity of MAPE-K control loop is performed which aims at exploring:(1) the architecture of the monitoring activity in terms of the involved components and control and data flow between them; (2) the standard interface of the monitoring component with other MAPE-K components; (3) the adaptive monitoring and its importance to the… 

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