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 Building Adaptive Software Architectures with Useful and Available Elements for Adaptation
Tác giả hoặc Nhóm tác giả: Ngoc-Tho Huynh, Maria Teresa Segarra, Antoine Beugnard
Nơi đăng: 2018 10th International Conference on Knowledge and Systems Engineering (KSE); Số: 10;Từ->đến trang: 15-20;Năm: 2018
Lĩnh vực: Công nghệ thông tin; Loại: Bài báo khoa học; Thể loại: Quốc tế
TÓM TẮT
Adaptive software aims at adjusting various artifacts or attributes in response to changes in the system operating environment. Adaptive software development has been an emerging research area of software engineering in the last decade. Many existing approaches use techniques issued from software product lines (SPLs) to develop adaptive software. However, all these approaches suppose that the underlying mechanisms that actually execute reconfiguration actions at runtime are available and all architectural elements exist at runtime even those that will never be used. Moreover, they propose tools, frameworks or languages to build adaptive software architectures but do not guide developers on the process of using them. In this paper, we introduce an adaptive software architecture development process to guide developers building an adaptive software architecture that includes only components that will potentially be used. One of the important activities of this development process is software specification based on models. In our process, we propose to use the models and basic tools of Common Variability Language (CVL, proposed as an OMG standard). We have extended them so that the resulting adaptive product does not include elements that will never be used in the architecture.
ABSTRACT
Adaptive software aims at adjusting various artifacts or attributes in response to changes in the system operating environment. Adaptive software development has been an emerging research area of software engineering in the last decade. Many existing approaches use techniques issued from software product lines (SPLs) to develop adaptive software. However, all these approaches suppose that the underlying mechanisms that actually execute reconfiguration actions at runtime are available and all architectural elements exist at runtime even those that will never be used. Moreover, they propose tools, frameworks or languages to build adaptive software architectures but do not guide developers on the process of using them. In this paper, we introduce an adaptive software architecture development process to guide developers building an adaptive software architecture that includes only components that will potentially be used. One of the important activities of this development process is software specification based on models. In our process, we propose to use the models and basic tools of Common Variability Language (CVL, proposed as an OMG standard). We have extended them so that the resulting adaptive product does not include elements that will never be used in the architecture.
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