Situational Aware cyber-physical systems must be aware of its surroundings and use this information to decide and act accordingly. Architectural decisions will be appreciated if they can preserve architecture qualities along with human satisfaction under different situations. .e CAPS environment has valuable frameworks to reason about the possible architecture adaptations, and to enable code generation and simulation for these adaptations as well. This paper aims to evaluate the architecture developed using CAPS environment, in terms of both the architecture quality, represented by computing the energy consumption, and human satisfaction, represented by computing the human safety. .is paper will use an approach that helps in determining the architecture adaptation to be applied at a given situation, preserving energy consumption and human safety. The architecture evaluation and adaptation strategies will be shown in a running case study example.

Adaptation for situational-Aware cyber-physical systems driven by energy consumption and human safety

Abusair, Mai;Sharaf, Mohammad;Muccini, Henry;Inverardi, Paola
2017-01-01

Abstract

Situational Aware cyber-physical systems must be aware of its surroundings and use this information to decide and act accordingly. Architectural decisions will be appreciated if they can preserve architecture qualities along with human satisfaction under different situations. .e CAPS environment has valuable frameworks to reason about the possible architecture adaptations, and to enable code generation and simulation for these adaptations as well. This paper aims to evaluate the architecture developed using CAPS environment, in terms of both the architecture quality, represented by computing the energy consumption, and human satisfaction, represented by computing the human safety. .is paper will use an approach that helps in determining the architecture adaptation to be applied at a given situation, preserving energy consumption and human safety. The architecture evaluation and adaptation strategies will be shown in a running case study example.
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