Requirements Engineering for Self-Adaptive Systems: Core Ontology and Problem Statement

@inproceedings{Qureshi2011RequirementsEF,
  title={Requirements Engineering for Self-Adaptive Systems: Core Ontology and Problem Statement},
  author={Nauman A. Qureshi and Ivan Jureta and Anna Perini},
  booktitle={CAiSE},
  year={2011}
}
The vision for self-adaptive systems (SAS) is that they should continuously adapt their behavior at runtime in response to changing user's requirements, operating contexts, and resource availability. Realizing this vision requires that we understand precisely how the various steps in the engineering of SAS depart from the established body of knowledge in information systems engineering. We focus in this paper on the requirements engineering for SAS. We argue that SAS need to have an internal… CONTINUE READING

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