Requirements awareness should help optimize requirements satisfaction when factors that were uncertain at design time are resolved at runtime. We use the notion of claims to model assumptions that cannot be verified with confidence at design time. By monitoring claims at runtime, their veracity can be tested. If falsified, the effect of claim negation can be propagated to the system's goal model and an alternative means of goal realization selected automatically, allowing the dynamic adaptation of the system to the prevailing environmental context.
|Name||IEEE conference publications|
|Conference||19th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference|
|Abbreviated title||RE 2011|
|Period||29/08/11 → 2/09/11|
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- self adaptive systems
- requirements models