Managing Online Self-adaptation in Real-Time Environments

@inproceedings{Goldman2001ManagingOS,
  title={Managing Online Self-adaptation in Real-Time Environments},
  author={Robert P. Goldman and David J. Musliner and Kurt D. Krebsbach},
  booktitle={IWSAS},
  year={2001}
}
This paper provides a solution to the deliberation scheduling problem for self-adaptive hard real time intelligent control using the Self-Adaptive Cooperative Intelligent Real-Time Control Architecture (SA-CIRCA). For self-adaptive software, deliberation scheduling is the problem of deciding what aspects of the artifact should be improved, what methods of improvement should be chosen, and how much time should be devoted to each of these activities. The time spent in deliberation scheduling must… CONTINUE READING
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