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The ability to adapt a software artifact is essential toward handling evolving stakeholder requirements. Adaptation is also vital in many areas where software is required to adjust to changing environment conditions (e.g., the growing presence of embedded systems). Current techniques for supporting adaptability and evolvability can be categorized as static (happening at compile-time or design-time), or dynamic (adaptation during the actual execution of the system). This paper describes adoi:10.1016/j.scico.2004.02.005 fatcat:q75rilfmn5eslo2uddw5yx5kny