Revisiting goal-oriented models for self-aware systems-of-systems

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Systems-of-systems (SoS) are systems resulted from the interaction among other independent constituent systems that collaborate to offer new functionalities towards accomplishing global missions. Each of these constituent systems accomplishes its individual missions and is able to contribute to the achievement of the global missions of the SoS, both being viewed as a set of associated goals. In the perspective of self-aware systems, SoS need to exhibit goal-awareness, i.e., They need to be aware of their own goals and of how their constituent systems contribute to their accomplishment. In this paper, we revisit goal-oriented concepts aiming at identifying and modeling goals at both SoS level and the constituent systems level. Moreover, we take advantage of such goal-oriented models to express the relationship among goals at these levels as well as to define how each constituent system can contribute to the accomplishment of global goals of an SoS. In addition, we shed light on important issues related to goal modeling in self-aware SoS to be addressed in future research.

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Publication dateSep 2015
Publication titleProceedings, IEEE International Conference on Autonomic Computing, ICAC 2015
EditorsPhilippe Lalanda, Ada Diaconescu, Lucy Cherkasova, Samuel Kounev
Place of PublicationPiscataway, NJ (US)
PublisherIEEE
Pages231-234
Number of pages4
ISBN (Print)978-1-4673-6970-1
Original languageEnglish
Event12th IEEE International Conference on Autonomic Computing - Grenoble, France

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Conference12th IEEE International Conference on Autonomic Computing
Abbreviated titleICAC 2015
CountryFrance
CityGrenoble
Period7/07/1510/07/15

    Keywords

  • goal-awareness, goals, missions, requirements engineering, self-awareness, systems-of-systems

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