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SHADE - A Self HeAling DEsign methodology

People

 

Pezzè M.

(Responsible)

Carzaniga A.

(Co-responsible)

Mattavelli A.

(Collaborator)

Abstract

This project aims to define a new approach to design and develop self-healing enabled software systems. The approach will provide first class design elements to build software systems that can automatically detect failures, and diagnose and repair the corresponding faults or bugs.In particular the challenges of the project are: (1) identify the information and create a suitable exchange format to integrate self-healing techniques that work at different phases of the self-healing cycle, (2) design approaches to identify the techniques that best integrate at different phases to address a system failure while avoiding unexpected interferences among self-healing techniques, (3) improve individual self-healing techniques by providing underlying technologies that broaden the scope of their applicability or that enhance the effectiveness of one or several techniques, (4) define new techniques to address open problems in the self-healing cycle, (5) move techniques and approaches at the infrastructure level to create a general framework for designing self-healing systems and enabling reusability of approaches across application domains.

Additional information

Acronym
SHADE
Start date
01.11.2011
End date
31.08.2015
Duration
46 Months
Funding sources
SNSF
Status
Ended
Category
Swiss National Science Foundation / Project Funding / Division II - Mathematics, Natural and Engineering Sciences