F4Plan: An Approach to build Efficient Adaptation Plans

Françoise André 1 Erwan Daubert 1, 2 Grégory Nain 2 Brice Morin 2 Olivier Barais 2
1 MYRIADS - Design and Implementation of Autonomous Distributed Systems
IRISA-D1 - SYSTÈMES LARGE ÉCHELLE, Inria Rennes – Bretagne Atlantique
2 TRISKELL - Reliable and efficient component based software engineering
IRISA - Institut de Recherche en Informatique et Systèmes Aléatoires, Inria Rennes – Bretagne Atlantique
Abstract : Today‘s society increasingly depends on software systems subject to varying environmental conditions imposing that they continuously adapt. A dynamic adaptation reconfigures a running system from a consistent state into another consistent state. To achieve this goal, a reconfiguration consists in executing a set of actions leading from source to target configuration. The planning of actions has often been neglected in adaptation mechanisms, leading to naive sequential schedules statically predefined. EnTiMid, a ubiquitous software system for assisted living, is one of these adapting systems using basic adaptation plan. This situation may cause problems when considering adaptations involving large set of actions and/or devices, particularly for distributed service-based applications. We propose a framework to ease the integration of different planning algorithms that produce more efficient adaptation plan than an ad-hoc algorithm.
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Françoise André, Erwan Daubert, Grégory Nain, Brice Morin, Olivier Barais. F4Plan: An Approach to build Efficient Adaptation Plans. 7th International ICST Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Systems (MobiQuitous), Dec 2010, Sydney, Australia. ⟨hal-00548736⟩

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