The main goal of the QuA project is to investigate how to develop complex real-time applications on a component architecture platform and learn through experimentation how dynamic QoS management and adaptation can be supported in general-purpose component architectures.

Component architectures make it easier for developers to build reliable distributed applications from reusable software components. However, the current standards do not support applications with real-time or other QoS requirements.

The QuA project is investigating how to develop complex real-time applications on a component architecture platform. The project weaves together research ideas from distributed computing, aspect-oriented software development, multimedia systems, and model driven architecture.

  • Primary goal: To develop, prototype and experimentally evaluate a component architecture that supports safe deployment of QoS-sensitive applications.
  • Secondary goals: Release software, simplify development of QoS aware applications, influence standards including UML, CCM and OGSA.
  • Research methods: Reference architecture prototyping and evaluation by porting application from Grid computing and mobile computing.

 

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Frank Eliassen

Project Manager

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Eli Gjørven

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Sten Amundsen Lundesgaard


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Viktor S. Wold Eide

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