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Packaging Predictable Assembly [chapter]

Scott A. Hissam, Gabriel A. Moreno, Judith A. Stafford, Kurt C. Wallnau
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
PECT is designed to enable predictable assembly from certifiable components.  ...  . • The component properties that are required to make these predictions are defined, certified, and trusted. We therefore see component certification and predictable assembly as correlates.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45440-3_8 fatcat:jkiere3rpnf2xctj44tolvdj6y

Enabling predictable assembly

Scott Hissam, Gabriel Moreno, Judith Stafford, Kurt Wallnau
2003 Journal of Systems and Software  
Wallnau currently leads the SEI predictable assembly from certifiable components project.  ...  His current research interests include predictable assembly, component based software, and software architectures.  ...  PECT supports predictable assembly from certifiable components.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0164-1212(02)00038-9 fatcat:6avo5xarxvdp3bsu3sirq5iecm

Improving the predictable assembly of service-oriented architectures

B.A. Malloy, N.A. Kraft, J.O. Hallstrom, J.M. Voas
2006 IEEE Software  
Web service specifications, however, are typically informal and not well defined.  ...  The <message> element defines an operation's data elements. Each message can consist of one or more parts.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ms.2006.49 fatcat:hkdpuwrofjebxb72sqnqnepfci

Resource competition predicts assembly of in vitro gut bacterial communities [article]

Po-Yi Ho, Taylor H. Nguyen, Juan M. Sanchez, Brian C. DeFelice, Kerwyn Casey Huang
2022 bioRxiv   pre-print
The resource-competition landscape inferred from metabolomic profiles of individual species predicted assembly compositions, demonstrating that resource competition is a dominant driver of in vitro community  ...  Remarkably, the inferred resource levels and consumption rates (Fig. 3B , S2A) predicted assembly compositions with a mean error of 1.33 log2 fold-change per species ("doublings per species"; defined  ...  Nonetheless, our CR modeling framework predicted assembly compositions in mGAM with similar efficacy as in BHI.  ... 
doi:10.1101/2022.05.30.494065 fatcat:idmsjzjk6bh7xfr5w47jgahaxm

Protein Structure Prediction: Assembly of Secondary Structure Elements by Basin-Hopping

Falk Hoffmann, Ioan Vancea, Sanjay G. Kamat, Birgit Strodel
2014 ChemPhysChem  
For instance, for a Lys side chain three such rotatable groups are defined, where atoms are rotated about the C α −C β , C β −C γ and C γ −C δ bonds.  ...  For all three peptides native-like structures are found, where a threshold for the C α RMSD of 2.0 Å from the target for defining native-like conformations is used.  ... 
doi:10.1002/cphc.201402247 pmid:25056272 fatcat:qp7nmggukvgptovwk5uy5jydue

An adaptor from translational to transcriptional control enables predictable assembly of complex regulation

Chang C Liu, Lei Qi, Julius B Lucks, Thomas H Segall-Shapiro, Denise Wang, Vivek K Mutalik, Adam P Arkin
2012 Nature Methods  
assembled into useful higher-order functions (criterion 2).  ...  engineered in a way that yields large homogenous sets of variants that respond to different custom inputs (criterion 1); and second, the parts must be composable 2,8 such that they can be easily and predictably  ...  However, such regulators are difficult to engineer because their mechanisms involve action on a moving RNA polymerase, requiring the consideration of poorly defined kinetic and dynamic structural factors  ... 
doi:10.1038/nmeth.2184 pmid:23023598 fatcat:5oweq63borexvmvuchvjev5lju

Predictive assembling model reveals the self-adaptive elastic properties of lamellipodial actin networks for cell migration

Xindong Chen, Hanxing Zhu, XiQiao Feng, Xiaona Li, Yongtao Lu, Zuobin Wang, Yacine Rezgui
2020 Communications Biology  
In order to create the predictive assembling model of the highly dynamic branched actin network, we first simulate its realistic stochastic self-assembling process in the sheet-like lamellipodial space  ...  In summary, as demonstrated in Fig. 8 , our predictive assembling model reveals that migrating cells first can sensitively sense the variation of extracellular resistance through the bending deformations  ... 
doi:10.1038/s42003-020-01335-z pmid:33106551 fatcat:267c7cbg2bfqlm4zj4e2hge6ba

Packaging Predictable Assembly with Prediction-Enabled Component Technology

Scott Hissam, Gabriel A. Moreno, Judith Stafford, Kurt C. Wallnau
2018
This report describes the use of prediction-enabled component technology (PECT) as a means of packaging predictable assembly as a deployable product.  ...  PECT allows predictable assembly from certifiable components.  ...  Wallnau and Stafford outline the key conceptual distinctions of predictable assembly in The Philosophy of Predictable Assembly. 1 Organization of this Report Chapter 2 presents an overview of the major  ... 
doi:10.1184/r1/6576023 fatcat:crp5zqrvqvfdvb4d3m425t6x7e

Volume III: A Technology for Predictable Assembly from Certifiable Components

Kurt C. Wallnau
2018
Volume III (this report) focuses on how component technology can be extended to achieve predictable assembly from certifiable components (PACC).  ...  Judith Stafford played an early and instrumental part in defining the basic structure of prediction-enabled component technology  ...  Predictable Assembly" [Hissam 02a]  ... 
doi:10.1184/r1/6585881 fatcat:raaghho2ebg5xixnhbthgk37fi

Snapshot of CCL: A Language for Predictable Assembly

Kurt C. Wallnau, James Ivers
2018
Construction and composition language (CCL) plays several roles in our approach to achieving automated predictable assembly.  ...  The concepts on which CCL is based (e.g., components, pins, reactions, and interactions) are defined in Volume III: A Technology for Predictable Assembly from Certifiable Components [Wallnau 03 ].  ...  Our approach to achieving predictable assembly is based on the development and use of prediction-enabled component technologies (PECTs).  ... 
doi:10.1184/r1/6583901.v1 fatcat:gnz4geiqazd33irug5beqs3lqy

Inferring Metabolic Mechanisms of Interaction within a Defined Gut Microbiota

Gregory L. Medlock, Maureen A. Carey, Dennis G. McDuffie, Michael B. Mundy, Natasa Giallourou, Jonathan R. Swann, Glynis L. Kolling, Jason A. Papin
2018 Cell Systems  
Graphical Abstract Highlights d In vitro monoculture and co-culture of six members of a defined murine microbiota d Growth and metabolome profiling to identify ecological and metabolic interactions d Development  ...  Thus, generalizable methods for predicting assembly of large microbial communities likely depend on more mechanistic knowledge of interactions that can help account for context specificity, such as the  ...  However, in this same study, while pairwise interactions were sufficient to predict community assembly in three-species pairs, information from three-species communities was necessary to predict assembly  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cels.2018.08.003 pmid:30195437 pmcid:PMC6166237 fatcat:ziqnb3nyljg75keerjq3rzn2u4

Performance Property Theories for Predictable Assembly from Certifiable Components (PACC)

Scott Hissam, Mark H. Klein, John Lehoczky, Paulo F. Merson, Gabriel A. Moreno, Kurt C. Wallnau
2018
Introduction The goal of the Predictable Assembly from Certifiable Components (PACC) Initiative at the Carnegie Mellon  Software Engineering Institute (SEI) is to enable the construction of software systems  ...  N(t) can then be defined in terms of X i .  ... 
doi:10.1184/r1/6581996.v1 fatcat:abcyca35tfcw5hph2uljaoduhq

Predictable Assembly of Substation Automation Systems: An Experiment Report, Second Edition

Scott Hissam, John J. Hudak, James Ivers, Mark H. Klein, Magnus Larsson, Gabriel A. Moreno, Linda Northrop, Daniel Plakosh, Judith Stafford, Kurt C. Wallnau, William Wood
2018
The Predictable Assembly from Certifiable Components (PACC) Initiative at the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) is developing methods and technologies for predictable assembly.  ...  We also wish to thank Ivica Crnkovic and Mälardalen University for their continuing support of our work in predictable assembly.  ...  In this report, the term predictable assembly means predictable assembly from certifiable components. they be overcome?  ... 
doi:10.1184/r1/6582098.v1 fatcat:mevuxbqvt5gpbatiiz2rji7eci

The Software Engineering Institute's Second Workshop on Predictable Assembly: Landscape of Compositional Predictability

Judith Stafford, Scott Hissam
2018
To further its work in predictable assembly focusing on compositional reasoning techniques, the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) held its second Predictable Assembly from Certifiable Components (PACC  ...  Introduction Why Predictable Assembly?  ...  There are many social and technical barriers to achieving predictable assembly.  ... 
doi:10.1184/r1/6585287 fatcat:anevmll4sneofj6ei6ysfypchm

Reasoning Frameworks Reasoning Frameworks Software Architecture Technology Initiative Predictable Assembly from Certifiable Components Initiative

Len Bass, James Ivers, Mark Klein, Paulo Merson, Len Bass, James Ivers, Mark Klein, Paulo Merson
2005 unpublished
Patent and Trademark Office by Carnegie Mellon University. 4 Analytically predictable systems lie within the set, or zone, of predictable assemblies.  ...  The ComFoRT reasoning framework has been developed by the SEI's Predictable Assembly from Certifiable Components (PACC) Initiative for inclusion in prediction-enabled component technologies (PECTs) [Wallnau  ... 
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