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Run-Time Model Evaluation for Requirements Model-Driven Self-Adaptation

Abstract : A self-adaptive system adjusts its configuration to tolerate changes in its operating environment. To date, requirements modeling methodologies for self-adaptive systems have necessitated analysis of all potential system configurations, and the circumstances under which each is to be adopted. We argue that, by explicitly capturing and modelling uncertainty in the operating environment, and by verifying and analysing this model at runtime, it is possible for a system to adapt to tolerate some conditions that were not fully considered at design time. We showcase in this paper our tools and research results.
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Nelly Bencomo, Kris Welsh. Run-Time Model Evaluation for Requirements Model-Driven Self-Adaptation. RE 2012 - 20th International Requirements Engineering Conference, Tool Demo, Sep 2012, Chicago, United States. pp.329-330, ⟨10.1109/RE.2012.6345829⟩. ⟨hal-00718992⟩

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