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The trend toward ubiquitous services and any multimedia, the proliferation of mobile devices and the widespread use of wireless networks imply changes in the design, the implementation and the execution of software applications. Ubiquitous systems are dynamic systems that change their behavior according to user's needs and hardware capabilities at runtime. As it is not desirable to develop these systems from scratch every time, a specific software architecture providing opportunities for dynamic adaptation of systems is necessary. It must be able to create adaptations at runtime in order to provide a dynamic and adaptive behavior for users according to the evolving context. In this paper we present a supervised adaptation platform for applications based components. The CSC platform (Component, Service and Connector) is based on a component/service model that allows adaptation of component-based applications and use service-oriented architecture for providing adaptation services to be embedded in adaptation connectors.