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Autonomic Management capabilities become increasingly important for attaining functional and quality goals in software systems. Nonetheless, successful Autonomic Management solutions must feature complex, adaptive behaviors, which remain difficult to conceive and control. This paper proposes a generic approach and a reusable framework for the construction of Autonomic Manager applications. The presented solution advocates creating Autonomic Management behaviors via the dynamic and opportunisticdoi:10.4108/icst.autonomics2008.4524 dblp:conf/autonomics/DiaconescuML08 fatcat:ns6gmpfaxfeubocsejkur45msi