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A Reflective Framework for Mediation Applications

Abstract : The highly evolutionary aspect of new application domains, such as pervasive computing, demands new and more adaptable integration solutions. Those solutions should be flexible enough to be modified at runtime and should provide information about its structure and behavior. This paper presents additions made to the Cilia mediation framework[9] in order to built adaptable mediation applications. More precisely, we add reflection capabilities to obtain information about the architectural structure, and the system behavior at runtime. The presented approach shows how it is possible to built such adaptable applications and, in particular, analyze the impact of introspect application behavior and architecture reconfigurations on-the-fly.
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Isaac Noé Garcia Garza, Denis Morand, Bassem Debbabi, Philippe Lalanda, Pierre Bourret. A Reflective Framework for Mediation Applications. Middleware 2011 - 12th International Middleware Conference, Dec 2011, Lisbon, Portugal. pp.22-28, ⟨10.1145/2088876.2088880⟩. ⟨hal-00745722⟩

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