MOCAS: A State-Based Component Model for Self-Adaptation

  title={MOCAS: A State-Based Component Model for Self-Adaptation},
  author={Cyril Ballagny and Nabil Hameurlain and Franck Barbier},
  journal={2009 Third IEEE International Conference on Self-Adaptive and Self-Organizing Systems},
This paper introduces MOCAS (Model Of Components for Adaptive Systems), a generic state-based component model which enables the self-adaptation of software components together with their coordination. MOCAS relies on behavioral adaptation instead of structural adaptation and uses the United Modeling Language (UML). Each component embeds a UML state machine to realize its behavior at runtime. It is installed in a container managing the adaptation process and ensuring its consistency. Adaptation… CONTINUE READING
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