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Adaptiveness in Linda-Based Coordination Models

Ronaldo Menezes, Robert Tolksdorf
In today’s software engineering, the ability to adapt to requirement changes on-the-fly has become a major asset to computer systems. Traditionally, systems were developed following a process consisting of: requirements study, design and implementation phases. Nowadays, requirements are very dynamic – changing constantly. For the engineering of distributed complex software systems, the frameworks used in the implementation phase need to be able to cope with environment changes – bandwidth fluctuations, network topology, host down time, etc. This paper looks at the ability of Linda-based systems to adapt to the predictable and unpredictable changes in distributed environments. Several adaptiveness aspects are discussed and a few of Linda-based systems analyzed.
Engineering Self-Organising Systems. Nature-Inspired Approaches to Software Engineering, pages 212-232, 2003.
Giovanna Di Marzo Serugendo, Anthony Karageorgos, Omer F. Rana, Franco Zambonelli (eds.), Springer
@inproceedings{adaptivenesslinda-esoaI,
	Author = {Menezes, Ronaldo and Tolksdorf, Robert},
	Booktitle = {Engineering Self-Organising Systems. Nature-Inspired Approaches to Software Engineering},
	Doi = {10.1007/978-3-540-24701-2_15},
	Editor = {Di Marzo Serugendo, Giovanna and Karageorgos, Anthony and Rana, Omer F. and Zambonelli, Franco},
	Isbn = {3-540-21201-9},
	Issn = {0302-9743},
	Pages = {212--232},
	Publisher = {Springer},
	Title = {Adaptiveness in Linda-Based Coordination Models},
	Url = {http://www.springerlink.com/content/6ppl4630c62uwdam/},
	Volume = 2977,
	Year = 2003}