Welcome to the wiki for Software Engineering for Adaptive and Self-Managing System (SEAMS).
An increasingly important requirement for software-intensive systems is the ability to self-manage by adapting at run time to handle such things as resource variability, changing user needs, and system intrusions or faults. Such a system must configure and reconfigure itself, continually tune and optimize itself, protect and recover itself, while keeping its complexity hidden from the user. The topic of self-adaptive and self-managing systems has been studied in a variety of application areas, including autonomic computing, robotics, control systems, programming languages, software architectures, fault-tolerant computing, and biological computing.
The wiki aims to facilitate communication, idea exchange, and perhaps even build a body of knowledge for adaptive and self-managing systems. For more information about software engineering for self-adaptive systems, please check out the website. Both the website, as well as this wiki, will be undergoing heavy construction over the next few months, so please bear with us, and let us know if you would like to help contribute content.
- website - contains more persistent information related to software engineering for self-adaptive systems, including, links to current and past SEAMS workshops, past events related to SEAMS workshops, Dagstuhl Seminar on the same topic, and bios of key people in the area.
- wiki - contains more fluent information related to key bibliographical references in the area and case studies (or exemplars to be used by the community), list of future related scientific events, or any topic.