Requirements-driven adaptation:compliance, context, uncertainty, and systems

Chopra, Amit K. (2011) Requirements-driven adaptation:compliance, context, uncertainty, and systems. In: Requirements@Run.Time (RE@RunTime), 2011 2nd International Workshop on. IEEE, pp. 32-36. ISBN 978-1-4577-0942-5

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The systematic study of software self-adaptation has emerged as one of the key areas of software engineering. The challenges and the ontology relevant to this area are still being formulated. I take this opportunity to present some of my observations on compliance, context, and uncertainty as they pertain to adaptation. I also argue that requirements engineering, and to a large extent software engineering, takes a centralized perspective of systems, and therefore cannot model let alone enable reasoning about adaptation in multiagent systems.

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