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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Among the different techniques that are used to design selfadaptive software systems, control theory allows one to design an adaptation policy whose properties, such as stability and accuracy, can be formally guaranteed under certain assumptions. However, in the case of software systems, the integration of these controllers to build complete feedback control loops remains manual. More importantly, it requires an extensive handcrafting of non-trivial implementation code. This may lead todoi:10.1007/978-3-319-74183-3_9 fatcat:ygrutrrs4rejvg23dg2imphhei