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E. Gjørven, R. Rouvoy and F. Eliassen. Cross-Layer Self-Adaptation of Service-Oriented Architectures In 3rd International Middleware Workshop on Middleware for Service Oriented Computing (MW4SOC'08), Edited by K. M. Göschka, S. Dustdar, F. Leymann and V. Tosic. ACM, 2008.PDF icon Simula.ND.271.pdf (789.38 KB)
E. Gjørven, F. Eliassen and R. Rouvoy. Experiences From Developing a Component Technology Agnostic Adaptation Framework In Component-Based Software Engineering 11th International Symposium, CBSE 2008, Karlsruhe, Germany, October 14-17, 2008, Edited by M. R. V. Chaudron, C. Szyperski and R. Reussner. Vol. 5282/2008. Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, 2008.PDF icon Simula.ND.189.pdf (349.89 KB)
J. Oudenstad, F. Eliassen, E. Gjørven and R. Rouvoy. Peer-to-Peer Brokering of Planning Meta-Data In Adaptable and Reflective Middleware (ARM) 2007, Edited by F. Costa. ACM Press, 2007.
F. Eliassen, E. Gjørven, V. S. W. Eide and J. A. Michaelsen. Evolving Self-Adaptive Services Using Planning-Based Reflective Middleware In The 5th annual Workshop on Adaptive and Reflective Middleware (ARM 2006), Edited by N. V. Coulson. ACM Press, 2006.
E. Gjørven, F. Eliassen, K. Lund, J. Ø. Aagedal and R. Staehli. A Mirror Based Approach to Building Reflective, Adaptive Middleware In 3. MiNEMA Workshop, Feb 7-8, Leuven, Belgium. MiNEMA Research Network, 2006.
E. Gjørven, F. Eliassen and J. Ø. Aagedal. Quality of Adaptation In SELF - Self-adaptability and self-management of context-aware systems, July 19-21, 2006, Silicon Valley, USA, Edited by P. Dini, D. Ayed, C. Dini and Y. Berbers. IEEE, 2006.
E. Gjørven, F. Eliassen, K. Lund, V. S. W. Eide and R. Staehli. Self-Adaptive Systems: a Middleware Managed Approach In 2nd IEEE International Workshop on Self-Managed Networks, Systems & Services (SelfMan 2006), Edited by J. M. F. Keller. Springer, 2006.
J. Floch, S. O. Hallsteinsen, E. Stav, F. Eliassen, K. Lund and E. Gjørven. "Using Architecture Models for Runtime Adaptability." IEEE Software 23 (2006): 62-70.