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Proceedings of the first workshop on Self-healing systems - WOSS '02
This paper argues for a set of requirements that an architectural style for self-healing systems should satisfy: adaptability, dynamicity, awareness, observability, autonomy, robustness, distributability, mobility, and traceability. Support for these requirements is discussed along five dimensions we have identified as distinguishing characteristics of architectural styles: external structure, topology rules, behavior, interaction, and data flow. As an illustration, these requirements are useddoi:10.1145/582129.582138 fatcat:ggnn4xmls5ft7nkmrvreynew4e