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Generic Support for Policy-Based Self-Adaptive Systems

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Anthony, R.J. ; Dept. of Comput. Sci., Greenwich Univ.

This paper presents a policy definition language which forms part of a generic policy toolkit for autonomic computing systems in which the policies themselves can be modified dynamically and automatically. Targeted enhancements to the current state of practice include: policy self-adaptation where the policy itself is dynamically modified to match environmental conditions; improved support for non autonomies-expert developers; and facilitating easy deployment of adaptive policies into legacy code. The policy definition language permits powerful expression of self-managing behaviours and facilitates a diverse policy behaviour space. Features include support for multiple versions of a given policy type, multiple configuration templates, and meta-policies to dynamically select between policy instances. An example deployment scenario illustrates advanced functionality in the context of a multi-policy stock trading system which is sensitive to environmental volatility

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Database and Expert Systems Applications, 2006. DEXA '06. 17th International Workshop on

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