Research challenges on multi-layer and mixed-initiative monitoring and adaptation for service-based systems (bibtex)
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Abstract:
Adaptation of complex service-based systems is one of the most challenging research problems for the Future Internet. A considerable effort has been dedicated in recent years to address this problem. However, there are still several important issues that call for concrete solutions. In this paper, we present a set of research challenges for muti-layer and mixed-initiative adaptation and monitoring that may guide the research in this area for the next 5-10 years.
Reference:
Research challenges on multi-layer and mixed-initiative monitoring and adaptation for service-based systems (A. Marconi, Antonio Bucchiarone, K. Bratanis, Antonio Brogi, Javier Camara, D. Dranidis, Holger Giese, R. Kazhamiakink, Rogério de Lemos, C.C. Marquezan, Andreas Metzger), In Workshop on European Software Services and Systems Research - Results and Challenges (S-Cube), IEEE Computer Society, 2012.
Bibtex Entry:
@InProceedings{Marconi+2012,
AUTHOR = {Marconi, A. and Bucchiarone, Antonio and Bratanis, K. and Brogi, Antonio and Camara, Javier and Dranidis, D. and Giese, Holger and Kazhamiakink, R. and de Lemos, Rogério and Marquezan, C.C. and Metzger, Andreas},
TITLE = {{Research challenges on multi-layer and mixed-initiative monitoring and adaptation for service-based systems}},
YEAR = {2012},
MONTH = {June},
BOOKTITLE = {Workshop on European Software Services and Systems Research - Results and Challenges (S-Cube)},
PAGES = {40-46},
PUBLISHER = {IEEE Computer Society},
ABSTRACT = {Adaptation of complex service-based systems is one of the most challenging research problems for the Future Internet. A considerable effort has been dedicated in recent years to address this problem. However, there are still several important issues that call for concrete solutions. In this paper, we present a set of research challenges for muti-layer and mixed-initiative adaptation and monitoring that may guide the research in this area for the next 5-10 years.}
}
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