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Author: Cetina, Carlos
Trinidad Martín Arroyo, Pablo
Pelechano, Vicent
Ruiz Cortés, Antonio
Department: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Lenguajes y Sistemas Informáticos
Date: 2009
Published in: 3rd International Workshop on Dynamic Software Product Line, 2009, San Francisco, California
Document type: Presentation
Abstract: Autonomic homes adapt themselves to give the user the best possible experience of the services they provide. They dynamically adapt its behavior at run-time in response to changing conditions in end-user needs and the surrounding environment devices. From the development point of view, producing and maintaining a large amount of autonomic homes need an affordable solution such as dynamic software product lines (DSPL). DSPL produce a set of products that share features and have the ability of reconfiguring at runtime. Since users maintain and modify their preferences in opportunistic and improvisational ways, an autonomic home must evolve in time according to user expectations. Current DSPL architectures implement the ability of recon- figuring a product but ignore user preferences. We present an extension to our DSPL architecture to incorporate user preferences so user customisation of autonomic homes is not limited to installation time but all along the lifetime.
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