A Framework for Rule-Based Dynamic Adaptation

1. A Framework for Rule-Based Dynamic Adaptation By Ivan Lanese, Antonio Bucchiarone, and Fabrizio Montesi Presentation by Christian Nørskov 2. Table of contents -…
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  • 1. A Framework for Rule-Based Dynamic Adaptation By Ivan Lanese, Antonio Bucchiarone, and Fabrizio Montesi Presentation by Christian Nørskov
  • 2. Table of contents - Motivation - Adaptation - Rules - Algorithm - Conclusion - Future work
  • 3. Motivation - Adaptation usually set constraints on the environment conditions or on the user behavior. - User goals may however change dynamically. - Adaptation without shutting down applications. - Dynamic adaptation is challenging, since information is not known at development time.
  • 4. Example - Travelling Scenario
  • 5. Adaptation - Adaptation hooks - Information on part of its structure and behavior - Adaptation rules - Developed separately - Adaptation manager - Responsible for the rules
  • 6. Rules - The environment have full control over the rules - Rule is defined by: - a description - an applicability condition - new code - the set of variable needed - the non-functional properties
  • 7. Rules When is the applicability of rules checked? - Application-triggered - Manager-triggered In which order are the rules applied? - Non-deterministic - Priority Update What do the rules do? - Corrective Rules - Enhancing Rules
  • 8. Rules Application-triggered: - On Initialization - On Wait - On Activity Enter Manager-triggered: - On registration - At Time Intervals - On Rule Update
  • 9. Rules Non-deterministic Update - Rules are applied in non-deterministic order Priority Update - Rules are given a priority, in which they are checked for compatibility
  • 10. Rules Corrective Rules - Correcting activities, where current implementation is not viable - Compulsory flag set to true Enhancing Rules - Enhance existing activity - Compulsory flag set to false
  • 11. Algorithm Definition 1 (Adaptable application): An adaptable application is an application exposing and adaptation interface, providing functionalities for accessing the public part of its state and for replacing its domain activities with external activities.
  • 12. Algorithm Definition 2 (Adaptation interface): The adaptation interface of an application A is a set of quadruples (DA , VA , NFA ,COMPA ). - DA is a description of the activity - VA is the set of public variables - NFA is the values of non-functional properties - COMPA is a boolean function given two sets of non- functional values, to decide which is more desirable
  • 13. Algorithm Definition 3 (Adaptation Manager): An adaptation manager p is a pair (Vp , Rp ) where Vp is a set of variables and Rp a set of rules. Each rule R in Rp has the form DR ,cR ⊢ PR (SR , VR , NFR , CFR ) where: - DR is a description of an activity - cR is a boolean expression - PR is a program - SR is a state update - VR is the set of variables required by PR to work - NFR is the set of non-functional properties guaranteed by PR - CFR is the compulsory flag specifying whether the adaptation is compulsory
  • 14. Algorithm
  • 15. Algorithm If all checks succeeded, then adaption has to be performed: 1. the adaptation server sends the new code PR 2. the adaptation interface of the application is updated, with the new non-functional properties (NFR ) 3. the state of the application is updated by setting its variables
  • 16. Algorithm - Example 1 1. DR is matched with DTakeTrain using MATCH 2. are the variables VA enough for VR (VR ⊆ VA ) 3. applicability condition (Number = IC2356) is evaluated 4. CFR is checked (is it compulsory?): no 5. the non-functional properties are compared
  • 17. Conclusion - Separation of running application and adaptation - Dynamically update activities, instead of hardwired solutions
  • 18. Future work - More complex definitions of activity compatibility - Update running activities, preserving their state - Define type systems on rules and on adaptable activities - A general analysis of when non-deterministic update of rules is applicable
  • 19. Questions?
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