A Genetic Framework Model For Self-Adaptive Software

04/29/2019
by   Enas Nafar, et al.
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Lots of bio-inspired research works have been conducted in self-adaptive software. They have focused on the external behavior of biological entities without their genetic material that causes this behavior and constitutes the challenge this work dealt with. This paper propose a framework integrating both the external behavior and the genetics material. This framework is limited to predicted events. the non-predicted events are still a challenge.

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