Towards a Requirements Modeling Language for Self-Adaptive Systems

@inproceedings{Qureshi2012TowardsAR,
  title={Towards a Requirements Modeling Language for Self-Adaptive Systems},
  author={Nauman A. Qureshi and Ivan Jureta and Anna Perini},
  booktitle={REFSQ},
  year={2012}
}
[Context and motivation] Self-adaptive systems (SAS) monitor and adapt to changing end-user requirements, operating context conditions, and resource availability. Specifying requirements for such dynamic systems is not trivial. Most of the research on self-adaptive systems (SAS) focuses on finding solutions to the requirements that SAS is built for. However, elicitation and representation of requirements for SAS has received less attention at early stages of requirements engineering (RE… CONTINUE READING

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