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Systematic component adaptation

Andrea Bracciali, Antonio Brogi, Carlos Canal
2002 Electronical Notes in Theoretical Computer Science  
Component adaptation is widely recognised to be one of the crucial problems in Component-Based Software Engineering.  ...  We present a formal methodology for adapting components with mismatching interaction behaviour.  ...  Introduction Component adaptation is widely recognised to be one of the crucial problems in Component-Based Software Engineering (CBSE) [4, 16, 14] .  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1571-0661(04)80452-3 fatcat:hidr2d3hubai5koopniiqp7xhi

Cultural adaptation of health interventions including a nutrition component in Indigenous peoples: a systematic scoping review

Lisa Vincze, Katelyn Barnes, Mari Somerville, Robyn Littlewood, Heidi Atkins, Ayala Rogany, Lauren T. Williams
2021 International Journal for Equity in Health  
Conclusion This paper is the first to characterise cultural adaptation strategies used in health interventions with a nutrition component for Indigenous peoples.  ...  Interventions that included a nutrition component aimed at improving health outcomes among Indigenous populations that described strategies to enhance cultural relevance were included.  ...  The nutrition component could be the sole focus of the intervention or delivered in conjunction with other components such as physical activity.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12939-021-01462-x pmid:34022886 fatcat:dphc26p57vagtiw7tm7dboagoq

Engineering Self-Adaptive Systems with the Role-Based Architecture of Helena

Annabelle Klarl
2015 2015 IEEE 24th International Conference on Enabling Technologies: Infrastructure for Collaborative Enterprises  
We propose a holistic model-driven engineering process with systematic transitions between all phases to develop self-adaptive systems.  ...  Adaptation is achieved by changing the behavioral mode of a component in response to perceptions. We realize behavioral modes by roles which a component can dynamically adopt.  ...  Roles intuitively express the different tasks of self-adaptive components, like being aware of the environment, managing adaptation, and performing particular behavioral modes. (3) We propose a systematic  ... 
doi:10.1109/wetice.2015.32 dblp:conf/wetice/Klarl15 fatcat:ojkrq3dosbbzvfbmyjx7tqkv3u

Methodology for the identification of alternative manufacturing changes for safety–critical components

Thomas Bergs, Lennard Hermann, Jan Rey, Sebastian Barth
2020 Production Engineering  
These component changes, particularly in safety-critical components in the medical and aerospace industry, pose great challenges and are limited in scope.  ...  A variety of factors are forcing companies to change their products and the components these products are composed of.  ...  An approach considering component characteristics and offering a systematic procedure to identify MCs was developed by Karl et al. [26] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11740-020-00960-1 fatcat:sa265th5ivgw7ktz3rsq7jm2eq

Systematically Engineering Self-Organizing Systems: The SodekoVS Approach

Jan Sudeikat, Lars Braubach, Alexander Pokahr, Wolfgang Renz, Winfried Lamersdorf
2010 Electronic Communications of the EASST  
However, the systematic development of systems exhibiting such properties challenges current development practices.  ...  In this respect, self-adaptability can be seen as a necessary foundation for realizing e.g. self* properties such as self-configuration or self-protection.  ...  In addition, the architecture is devised to support the systematic development of self-adaptive applications (cf. section 3.2).  ... 
doi:10.14279/tuj.eceasst.17.194 dblp:journals/eceasst/SudeikatBPRL09 fatcat:riviqifjeffghcqzxzlgav3u5y

Methodology for the integrative adaption of manufacturing process and inspection sequences to component changes of safety–critical medical products

Lars Niklas Stauder, Anna-Lena Knott, Robert H. Schmitt, Thomas Bergs
2022 Production engineering (2022). doi:10.1007/s11740-022-01114-1  
Therefore, a methodology is introduced for the integrative derivation of adaptation options of MPISs due to component changes that supports users in identifying suitable adaptations in a systematic and  ...  Furthermore, a high degree of planning reliability is necessary when deriving adaptations of MPISs for component changes to keep the re-certification effort and adaptation costs for safety-critical components  ...  A methodology is presented below that supports technology planners in the systematic identification of adaptation options for implementing a component change in MPISs for safety-critical components.  ... 
doi:10.18154/rwth-2022-02232 fatcat:7cadczswcndfthvqbko2empdma

Variability in Software Systems—A Systematic Literature Review

Matthias Galster, Danny Weyns, Dan Tofan, Bartosz Michalik, Paris Avgeriou
2014 IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering  
Ben-Shaul et al. 2001 Dynamic adaptation and deployment of distributed components in Hadas TSE 19 D.  ...  Brogi et al. 2006 On the semantics of software adaptation SCP 27 A. Brogi et al. 2006 Component adaptation through flexible subservicing SCP 28 S.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tse.2013.56 fatcat:d4jxc2scujgwros3xq5qaxrbfm

An Architecture Framework for Experimentations with Self-Adaptive Cyber-physical Systems

Michal Kit, Ilias Gerostathopoulos, Tomas Bures, Petr Hnetynka, Frantisek Plasil
2015 2015 IEEE/ACM 10th International Symposium on Software Engineering for Adaptive and Self-Managing Systems  
Systematic Experimentation To build self-adaptive smart CPS we need to first experiment with different adaptation approaches An experimentation framework should have: • Suitable abstractions  Goals,  ...  agents/components, component grouping• Simulation capabilities Ilias Gerostathopoulos, SEAMS '15, 18.05.2015 An Architecture Framework for Experimentations with Self-Adaptive Cyber-Physical Systems Ilias  ...  An Architecture Framework for Experimentations with Self-Adaptive Cyber-Physical Systems  ... 
doi:10.1109/seams.2015.28 dblp:conf/icse/KitGBHP15 fatcat:yadmnczqdzcmllivqjlepcrkfm

Determination of optimal polynomial regression function to decompose on-die systematic and random variations

Takashi Sato, Hiroyuki Ueyama, Noriaki Nakayama, Kazuya Masu
2008 2008 Asia and South Pacific Design Automation Conference  
Depending on on-die contours of underlying systematic variation, necessary and sufficient complexity of the systematic regression model is objectively and adaptively determined.  ...  A procedure that decomposes measured parametric device variation into systematic and random components is studied by considering the decomposition process as selecting the most suitable model for describing  ...  As a result, insitu systematic variation monitoring and adaptive compensation using built-in circuits may be realized cost-effectively.  ... 
doi:10.1109/aspdac.2008.4484006 dblp:conf/aspdac/SatoUNM08 fatcat:p3pnvb5vdbe3fcnnkktwcwzm4y

Tools for assessing the content of guidelines are needed to enable their effective use – a systematic comparison

Michaela Eikermann, Nicole Holzmann, Ulrich Siering, Alric Rüther
2014 BMC Research Notes  
The tools analyzed were: ADAPTE, AGREE II, AMSTAR, GLIA and the INAHTA checklist.  ...  Methods: We conducted a systematic comparison and analysis of established tools for the assessment of evidence syntheses (guidelines, systematic reviews, health technology assessments).  ...  Discussion We conducted a systematic comparison and analysis of established tools for the assessment of evidence syntheses to identify components for content assessment.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1756-0500-7-853 pmid:25427972 pmcid:PMC4258382 fatcat:t2usubsu4fhkdosv7yauuwn4qu

Configuration design of collective housing building structure - IFD systems configuration [chapter]

J Nikolic
2013 Structures and Architecture  
Different functional levels are closely dependent because one component is used for more functions. Different technical levels are also dependent by fixed connections between components.  ...  Main characteristic of massive structure are: − Functional dependency with two or more functions integrated into one component; − Closed assemblies of components into rigid connections. − Zero "flexibility  ...  New network aspects should support the systematization of industrial systems and components into integrated, flexible and demountable IFD systems configuration.  ... 
doi:10.1201/b15267-239 fatcat:pyed6qxsmnfghjqbvcsvnkorzy

How can we adapt complex population health interventions for new contexts? Progressing debates and research priorities

Rhiannon Emily Evans, Graham Moore, Ani Movsisyan, Eva Rehfuess
2020 Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health  
The aim was to reflect on emerging study findings (systematic review of adaptation guidance; scoping review of case examples; and qualitative interviews with funders, journal editors, researchers and policymakers  ...  Decision-making about intervention modification currently privileges the concept of 'core components', and work is needed to progress the use and operationalisation of 'functional fidelity'.  ...  Emerging findings from the ADAPT study's systematic review indicated that frameworks draw on the concept of 'core components' to define the aspects of an intervention that cannot be modified. 12 22 23  ... 
doi:10.1136/jech-2020-214468 pmid:32981892 pmcid:PMC7788480 fatcat:jj26wx6vqjdfzerjr56quk3r6q

Systematic review approaches for climate change adaptation research

Lea Berrang-Ford, Tristan Pearce, James D. Ford
2015 Regional Environmental Change  
Here, we present an analysis of approaches for systematic review and research synthesis and examine their applicability in an adaptation context.  ...  We present guidelines, key considerations, and recommendations for systematic review in the social sciences in general and adaptation research in particular.  ...  Acknowledgments This article was funded by the Collaborative Adaptation Research Initiative in Africa and Asia (CARIAA), supported by the International Development Research Center (IDRC) of Canada and  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10113-014-0708-7 fatcat:7xgmsj6l5zefzgexfqj6youj5m

Facilitating the adaptability of buildings through the separation of components

S. Isaac, F. Sadeghpour
2012 Gerontechnology  
Building components with different replacement rates are then separated through the systematic application of buffers in the building design.  ...  Our research follows an approach that is based on the systematic separation of building components whose replacement occurs at different intervals.  ...  SUPPORTING THE DESIGN OF ADAPTABLE BUILDINGS The objective of this research is to develop a methodology that supports the design of adaptable buildings through a systematic separation of building components  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2012. fatcat:r2b5jbke7fafxmg5zri4t5wbgq

Modeling of component based systems

Weizhong Shao, Gang Huang, Haiyan Zhao
2006 Proceeding of the 28th international conference on Software engineering - ICSE '06  
For helping researchers and practitioners to equip with CBSD, this tutorial will provide basic knowledge and skill of modeling component based systems systematically.  ...  Secondly, we will present a systematic approach to modeling component based systems with a set of existing well-proved modeling techniques, including feature modeling for requirements specification, architecture  ...  Naturally, a promising solution is to combine the above two approaches to realize component-based systems in a systematic and automated manner.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1134285.1134514 dblp:conf/icse/ShaoHZ06 fatcat:auae3iw7hrgq7cag45tb4fvvzm
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