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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Software must be constantly adapted to changing requirements. The time scale, abstraction level and granularity of adaptations may vary from short-term, fine-grained adaptation to long-term, coarsegrained evolution. Fine-grained, dynamic and context-dependent adaptations can be particularly difficult to realize in long-lived, large-scale software systems. We argue that, in order to effectively and efficiently deploy such changes, adaptive applications must be built on an infrastructure that isdoi:10.1007/978-3-642-02161-9_7 fatcat:oviln4rkczgo3nrhre4znl5d2y