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In component-based software systems the basic building block is the component, and applications are built as component compositions. 'Dynamic reconfiguration' in such systems is defined as the ability to replace individual components at runtime, or to change the compositional topology by adding/removing components and/or changing the patterns of their interconnection. A 'quiescence service' supports dynamic reconfiguration by pushing a system into a stable state in which such changes can bedoi:10.1049/iet-sen:20070046 fatcat:2djmvedukrgshjvgngjxokdi4q