TEMANIS: Towards an Environment for Modeling Adaptation Needs for Information Systems

By Bachir Magagi Ali, Ismail Jellouli, Said El Garouani, Souad Amjad

Abstract


In this document we have presented a tool for expressing the adaptation needs of information systems. The initial objective is to provide a modeling environment allowing all adaptation elements to be integrated into the expression of adaptation needs. We first made a presentation of the state of the art in the field. We have defined a UML profile which is applicable to the activity diagram. During design, the UML profile will be applied to the activity diagram expressing the adaptation needs. We also outlined all aspects of the approach, its structure and how it works. It is structured in three parts, each one representing a phase of the information system adaptation process. An example scenario was used to apply the approach in practice.

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