Choreographies allow designers to specify the protocols followed by participants of a distributed interaction. In this context, adaptation may be necessary to respond to external requests or to better suit a changing environment (a self-update). Adapting the behavior of a participant requires to update in a coordinated way possibly all the participants interacting with him. We propose a language able to describe a choreography together with its adaptation strategies, and we discuss the main issues that have to be solved to enable adaptation on a participant code dealing with many interleaved protocols.

Towards Global and Local Types for Adaptation

BRAVETTI, MARIO;LANESE, IVAN;MAURO, JACOPO;ZAVATTARO, GIANLUIGI
2014

Abstract

Choreographies allow designers to specify the protocols followed by participants of a distributed interaction. In this context, adaptation may be necessary to respond to external requests or to better suit a changing environment (a self-update). Adapting the behavior of a participant requires to update in a coordinated way possibly all the participants interacting with him. We propose a language able to describe a choreography together with its adaptation strategies, and we discuss the main issues that have to be solved to enable adaptation on a participant code dealing with many interleaved protocols.
SEFM 2013 Collocated Workshops (part on the 2nd International Workshop on Behavioural Types)
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Mario Bravetti;Marco Carbone;Thomas Hildebrandt;Ivan Lanese;Jacopo Mauro;Jorge A. Pérez;Gianluigi Zavattaro
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