Optimal stopping for the run-time self-adaptation of software systems

  • Oliver Skroch


Advanced software systems can reconfigure themselves at run-time by choosing between alternative options for performing certain functions. Such options can be built into the systems, but are also externally available on open and uncontrolled platforms. Main examples are Web services and mashnps on the Internet today.


Service Interface Leading Service Open Platform Service Option Match Operation 
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