Using Process Technology to Control and Coordinate Software Adaptation

  title={Using Process Technology to Control and Coordinate Software Adaptation},
  author={Giuseppe Valetto and Gail E. Kaiser},
We have developed an infrastructure for end-to-end run-time monitoring, behavior/performance analysis, and dynamic adaptation of distributed software. This infrastructure is primarily targeted to pre-existing systems and thus operates <u>outside</u> the target application, without making assumptions about the target's implementation, internal communication/computation mechanisms, source code availability, etc. This paper assumes the existence of the monitoring and analysis components, presented… CONTINUE READING
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