Towards a Model-Based Approach for Context-Aware Composition and Adaptation: A Case Study using WF/.NET
Model-Based Methodologies for Pervasive and Embedded Software, International Workshop on (2008)
Apr. 5, 2008 to Apr. 5, 2008
Developing software systems by assembling pre-existingsoftware components (COTS), requires a composition andadaptation process of the component interfaces to solveboth syntactical and behavioural mismatches. The useof context-aware computing is important in applicationswhere the context changes depending on the conditions ofthe environment, as is the case in mobile and pervasive computing. These conditions are likely to change at run-time, therefore the systems developed must be able to alter their behaviour at run-time. In our proposal we outline an approach which supports model-based context-aware composition and adaptation of software components and services implemented usingWindowsWorkflow Foundation (WF). To illustrate the proposal we depict a realistic and complex case study applied to mobile devices.
Model-Based, Context-Aware, Composition, Adaptation, Pervasive Computing
C. Canal, J. Cubo and E. Pimentel, "Towards a Model-Based Approach for Context-Aware Composition and Adaptation: A Case Study using WF/.NET," Model-Based Methodologies for Pervasive and Embedded Software, International Workshop on(MOMPES), vol. 00, no. , pp. 3-13, 2008.