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Engineering of complex computer systems; proceedings.


Engineering of complex computer systems; proceedings.

IEEE Int'l Conference on Engineering of Complex Computer Systems (15th: 2010: Oxford, UK) Ed. by Radu Calinescu et al.

Computer Society Press


386 pages




The 23 full papers and ten posters selected for the March 2010 conference present new research on adaptation and autonomic systems, distributed and service-based applications, formal methods, real-time systems, model-driven engineering, and requirements for complex computer systems. Topics include autonomic management solutions for the Dutch military, a tile-based approach to self-assembling service compositions, patterns for modeling time and consistency in business information systems, and requirements elicitation with adapted CUTA cards. A special session on complex system modeling and simulation consists of nine papers while a workshop on UML and AADL contains an additional 11 papers. No subject index is provided.

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