AuthorsM. Alia, F. Eliassen, S. O. Hallsteinsen and E. Stav
EditorsB. H. C. Chang, R. de Lemos and D. Garlan
TitleMADAM: Towards a Flexible Planning-Based Middleware (extended Abstract)
AfilliationMedia, Communication Systems
StatusPublished
Publication TypeProceedings, refereed
Year of Publication2006
Conference NameICSE 2006 Workshop on Software Engineering for Adaptive and Self-Managing Systems (SEAMS), May 21-22, 2006, Shanghai, China
Pagination96-96
Date PublishedMay
PublisherACM Press
ISBN Number1-59593-403-0
Abstract

By exploiting software components, component frameworks and architectural reflection, the European IST project MADAM aims to overcome the complexity of developing mobile context-aware adaptive systems. The MADAM middleware defines a domain and platform-independent flexible reference architecture that supports dynamic reconfiguration of both applications and the middleware itself. Furthermore it implements flexible context monitoring, adaptation planning and dynamic reconfiguration frameworks that embodies much of the complex logic of dynamic adaptation.

Citation KeyAlia.2006.2