Glenn Cavarle

Glenn Cavarle
Université de Bretagne Occidentale | UBO · Département d'Informatique (Brest)

PhD student

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Publications (5)
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The software industry has to offer increasingly individualized software for a large number of platforms. In a constantly evolving technical context, the appropriateness and the profitableness of a software has to be ensured earlier, before most of the costs have been incurred and before most of the risks have been taken. Feature-Oriented Model-Driv...
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Autonomous systems have to evolve in complex environments and their software must adapt to various situations. Although it is common to anticipate adaptations at design time, it becomes a more complex issue when facing unpredictable contexts at runtime, especially if applications cannot be stopped. We introduce Lub, a pattern designed to extend obj...
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In the context of Feature-Oriented Model-Driven Development, round-trip engineering remains challenging because of the one-to-many relationship that exists between a source model and its implementation parts. In this paper, we present CrossFabrik, an approach that allows round-trip engineering with dynamic assessment of generated implementations. S...
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Embedded, interactive or reactive systems have to face unexpected events coming from their environment. Taking this kind of event into account at design time raises the challenging issue of the dynamic behavior adaptation at runtime. In this paper, we investigate a DSL approach to address this problem. This DSL, called Lub, is a context oriented pr...
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Nowadays, general public applications or specific information systems must be able to run on mobile platforms as well as on conventional platforms. Because developers have to deal with mobile platform specificities, this constraint si-gnificantly lessen the benefits of agile methods and as a consequence impacts on the application development cost....

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