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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Autonomic behavior and self-adaptation in software can be supported by several architectural design patterns. In this paper we illustrate how some of the component-and ensemble-level adaptation patterns proposed in the literature can be rendered in SCEL, a formalism devised for modeling autonomic systems. Specifically, we present a compositional approach: first we show how a single generic component is modelled in SCEL, then we show that each pattern is rendered as the (parallel) composition ofdoi:10.1007/978-3-319-07602-7_8 fatcat:jovjre6ucvhbrfn4jqofxs6wqq