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A Pragmatic Approach to Component-Based Control Software Reuse – Dealing with Dynamic, Non-Functional Adaptation Issues

KWON, J; Hailes, S; (2011) A Pragmatic Approach to Component-Based Control Software Reuse – Dealing with Dynamic, Non-Functional Adaptation Issues. In: Proceedings of the 2011 IEEE International Conference on Computer Control and Automation(ICCCA 2011). IEEE: US. (In press).

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Abstract

Software reuse in control systems poses a number of challenges, especially regarding non-functional properties. It is often the case when existing software libraries are deployed on a platform with differing characteristics from what was originally targeted for. We present in this paper a pragmatic adaptation approach to dealing with non-functionality variability in software reuse, which provides the ability to specify and validate not just functional but also complex non-functional properties of a software component. The contribution of this paper is as follows; the presented approach allows the specification of self-adaptable components in terms of negotiable non-functional properties (e.g., the response time of a component’s service is equal to or less than x when the available CPU utilization is y on a particular platform z) in an object-oriented fashion – thus even such specifications are reusable/extendable by a more specialized component. We then illustrate the effectiveness of the approach using a component-based middleware framework.

Type: Proceedings paper
Title: A Pragmatic Approach to Component-Based Control Software Reuse – Dealing with Dynamic, Non-Functional Adaptation Issues
Event: 2011 IEEE International Conference on Computer Control and Automation(ICCCA 2011)
Location: Jeju Island, South Korea
Dates: 2011-05-01 - 2011-05-03
UCL classification: UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Computer Science
URI: http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/1303091
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