Towards self-adaptive IoT applications: Requirements and adaptivity patterns for a fall-detection ambient assisting living application

Authors: Meacham, S.

Publisher: Springer

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Authors: Meacham, S.

Pages: 89-102

ISBN: 9783319423029

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-42304-3_5

© Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2017. Fall-detection systems are an emerging part of ambient assisted living and consequently of the Internet of Things (IoT) application domain in general. Self-adaptive requirements are also an emerging part of these systems and will need to be inherent from the earliest stages of the system design. On the other hand, pattern-based approaches are an established software engineering practice that has been proven to increase effectiveness of the design process and enhanced quality of the resulting product. In this chapter, we will present the requirements/design/implementation path of a fall-detection system for an ambient assisting living case study, with emphasis on adaptivity. A pattern-based approach will be proposed, comprising of adaptivity patterns from the software engineering domain. Last but not least, we will survey the situation in current as well as future IoT systems.

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