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RUNMORE - Run-time Model Projections for Software Failure Prediction

People

 

Pezzè M.

(Responsible)

Tamburrelli G.

(Collaborator)

Abstract

The scope of this project is to contribute to the development of conceptual foundations, engineering techniques, and computing infrastructure for the systematic development of dynamically adaptive software systems.Current Software Engineering aims at designing self-adaptive systems which are able to react and reconfigure themselves minimizing human intervention and ideally guaranteeing a lifelong requirement fulfilment. Current software engineering paradigms, systems do not anticipate events which may lead to failures, but only react accordingly to them.The RunMore project introduces the novel concept of Run-Time Model Projection for Failure Prediction. By this we mean the ability of a software system at run-time to automatically forecast potentially dangerous events by reasoning on models which represent the expected future behaviour of the system (i.e., models projections) and thus work around predicted failures before their occurrence. This approach empowers self-adaptation capabilities of software systems obtaining an increased degree of dependability and availability. The project focuses on software self-adaptation in terms of performance and reliability and relies on statistical algorithms to predict the future behaviour of the system and run-time model-checking to verify such behaviour with respect to desired requirements.

Additional information

Acronym
RUNMORE
Start date
01.01.2013
End date
01.01.2015
Duration
24 Months
Funding sources
Status
Ended
Category
European and International Programmes / Framework Programme 7