Internetware: A New Software Paradigm For Internet Computing by Hong MeiInternetware: A New Software Paradigm For Internet Computing by Hong Mei

Internetware: A New Software Paradigm For Internet Computing

byHong Mei, Jian Lü

Hardcover | December 16, 2016

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This book presents a comprehensive introduction to Internetware, covering aspects ranging from the fundamental principles and engineering methodologies to operational platforms, quality measurements and assurance and future directions. It also includes guidelines and numerous representative real-world case studies that serve as an invaluable reference resource for software engineers involved in the development of Internetware applications. Providing a detailed analysis of current trends in modern software engineering in the Internet, it offers an essential blueprint and an important contribution to the research on software engineering and systems for future Internet computing.
Prof. Hong Mei received his Bachelor's degree and Master's degree in Computer Science from Nanjing University of Aeronautics & Astronautics (NUAA) in 1984 and 1987, respectively, and a PhD in Computer Science from Shanghai Jiao Tong University in 1992. From 1987 to 1989, he worked at NUAA as a research assistant. In 1992, he joined Pek...
Title:Internetware: A New Software Paradigm For Internet ComputingFormat:HardcoverDimensions:442 pagesPublished:December 16, 2016Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9811025452

ISBN - 13:9789811025457

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Table of Contents

1. Internetware: A shift of software paradigm.- 2. Technical Framework for Internetware: An Architecture Centric Approach.- 3. On environment-driven software model for Internetware.- 4. A Software Architecture Centric Self-adaptation Approach for Internetware.- 5. Requirements Model Driven Adaption and Evolution of Internetware.- 6. Runtime Recovery and Manipulation of Software Architecture of Component-based Systems.- 7. Supporting Runtime Software Architecture: A Bidirectional-Transformation-Based Approach.- 8. Low-disruptive Dynamic Updating of Internetware Applications.- 9. Specification and Monitoring of Data-centric Temporal Properties for Service-based Internetware systems.- 10. Runtime Detection of the Concurrency Property in Asynchronous Pervasive Computing Environments.- 11. A Software Architecture Centric Engineering Approach for Internetware.- 12. Toward Capability Specification of Internetware Entity Based on Environment Ontology.- 13. Feature-driven requirement dependency analysis and high-level software design.- 14. rCOS: A Refinement Calculus of Internetware Systems.- 15. Refactoring Android Java Code for On-Demand Computation Offloading.- 16. Towards Architecture-based Management of Platforms in Cloud.- 17. Golden Age: On Multi-Source Software Update Propagation in Pervasive Networking Environments.- 18. GreenDroid: Automated Diagnosis of Energy Inefficiency for Smartphone Applications.