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Self-adaptive application for indoor wayfinding for individuals with cognitive impairments

Self-adaptive application for indoor wayfinding for individuals with cognitive impairments,10.1109/CBMS.2011.5999159,Basel Magableh,Stephen Barrett

Self-adaptive application for indoor wayfinding for individuals with cognitive impairments   (Citations: 1)
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This article focuses on describing a Model Driven Architecture (COCA-MDA) approach that facilitates the development of self-adaptive application for indoor wayfinding for individuals with cognitive impairments. COCA-MDA provides the following benefits: 1) It enables the architecture to anticipate several behavioural variations based on the context and the specific needs of the individuals with cognitive impairments. 2) It enables the application to proactively anticipate or reactively address unforeseen changes through support by a dynamic-decision making and policy framework. The policy framework is based on a stable description of software models and proprieties. 3) It can decompose the application into several architectural units to allow developers to decide which part of the architecture should be notified when a specific context condition occurs.
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    • ...Context-Oriented Component-based Applications Model-Driven Architecture (COCA-MDA) emerged as a development paradigm which facilitates the development of self-adaptive context-oriented software [6,7]...
    • ...The use of COCA-MDA for developing self-adaptive applications for indoor wayfinding for individuals with cognitive impairments was proposed in [6]...

    Basel Magablehet al. Adaptive Context Oriented Component-Based Application Middleware (COCA...

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