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Sébastien Truchat, Gerhard Fuchs, Steffen Meyer and Falko Dressler, "An Adaptive Model for Reconfigurable Autonomous Services using Profiling," International Journal of Pervasive Computing and Communications (JPCC), Special Issue on Pervasive Management, vol. 2 (3), pp. 247–259, September 2006.


The importance of mobile services in our everyday life is growing while at the same time new interoperability issues arise due to hardware and software heterogeneity. Therefore, new architectural paradigms and models are needed to enhance software engineering methodologies with regard to platform independence and interoperability. This paper describes an UML pattern based approach for developing reconfigurable autonomous mobile services. Through the analysis of an mcommerce project, the relevance of our proposed architecture will be explained. Our focus lays on a generic reconfiguration mechanism based on profile matching from software modules. This profiling part will be further described and discussed. Finally, the applicability of our approach is investigated within a project about reconfigurable indoor navigation computers and a project about robot assisted sensor networks.

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Sébastien Truchat
Gerhard Fuchs
Steffen Meyer
Falko Dressler

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    author = {Truchat, S{\'{e}}bastien and Fuchs, Gerhard and Meyer, Steffen and Dressler, Falko},
    doi = {10.1108/17427370780000154},
    title = {{An Adaptive Model for Reconfigurable Autonomous Services using Profiling}},
    pages = {247--259},
    journal = {International Journal of Pervasive Computing and Communications (JPCC), Special Issue on Pervasive Management},
    publisher = {Emerald},
    month = {9},
    number = {3},
    volume = {2},
    year = {2006},

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