Engineering and Continuously Operating Self-Adaptive Software Systems : Required Design Decisions

@inproceedings{Hoorn2009EngineeringAC,
  title={Engineering and Continuously Operating Self-Adaptive Software Systems : Required Design Decisions},
  author={Andr{\'e} van Hoorn and Wilhelm Hasselbring and Matthias Rohr},
  year={2009}
}
Self-adaptive or autonomic systems are computing systems which are able to manage/adapt themselves at runtime according to certain high-level goals. It is appropriate to equip software systems with adaptation capabilities in order to optimize runtime properties, such as performance, availability, or operating costs. Architectural models are often used to guide system adaptation. When engineering such systems, a number of cross-cutting design decisions, e.g. instrumentation, targeting at a… CONTINUE READING
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