Adaptive reflex autonomicity for real-time systems

R Sterritt, MG Hinchey

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Abstract

It may appear that for software systems that require strict real-time behavior, the idea of incorporating self-management (and specifically concepts from Autonomic Computing) may add the burden of excessive additional functionality and overhead. However, our experience is that, not only does real-time software benefit from autonomicity, but also the Autonomic Computing initiative (like other initiatives aiming at self-management) requires the expertise of the real-time community in order to achieve its overarching vision. In particular, there are emerging classes of real-time systems for which incorporation of self-management is absolutely essential in order to implement all of the requirements of the system, and in particular the timing requirements.
LanguageEnglish
Pages107-115
JournalInnovations in Systems and Software Engineering
Volume5
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2009

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