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Dynamic Adaptation through Event Reconfiguration

Abstract : We introduce a new programming language called INI, which eases the development of self-adaptive software. INI combines both rule-based and event-based programming paradigms, by allowing the definitions of rules that can be triggered by events. Besides a convenient language-level support for synchronization, the key point with INI events is that they come with a configuration layer, which is set up through input parameters passed to the events when created. Additionally, events can be stopped, reconfigured, and restarted at runtime by the program itself. Ultimately, this re-configuration can be triggered by other events, thus allowing the program to adapt to new operational environments.
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Truong Giang Le, Olivier Hermant, Matthieu Manceny, Renaud Pawlak. Dynamic Adaptation through Event Reconfiguration. Variability, Adaptation and Dynamism in software systEms and seRvices (VADER 2011), Oct 2011, Hersonissos, Crete, France. pp.637-646. ⟨hal-00639556⟩



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