Seminar of Pr Jean-Marc JEZEQUEL, professor at Université de Rennes, France and director of the IRISA research laboratory - Date: Friday 5 December 2014 at 15h30 - Location: "seminar room", Institut MICA, Hanoi University of Science and Technology

 

Speaker:
Pr Jean-Marc JEZEQUEL, Director of the IRISA research laboratory, professor at Université de Rennes, France

 

Date: Friday 5 December 2014, 15h30
Location: "seminar room", 9th floor, B1 bluiding, Institut MICA, Hanoi University of Science and Technology
Language : the seminar will be presented in English

 

Abstract:
Modern software applications for the Internet of Objects are by nature distributed and operate in dynamic contexts, where requirements, assumptions about the environment, and usage profiles continuously change. These changes are difficult to predict and to anticipate at design time. The running software system should thus be able to react on its own, by dynamically adapting its behavior, in order to sustain a required quality of service. A key challenge is to provide the system with the necessary flexibility to perform self-adaptation, without compromising dependability. Models@Runtime is an emerging paradigm aiming at transferring traditional modeling activities (focusing on quality, verification, and so on) performed by humans, to the running system. In this trend, Kevoree provides a models@runtime platform to design heterogeneous, distributed and adaptive applications based on the component based software engineering paradigm. This talk will present the models@runtime paradigm and its use in Kevoree to provide a common abstraction for automating the deployment of component based applications spanning IoT and IoS.