Computers, Volume 10, Issue 3 (March 2021) – 14 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): Adaptivity is the ability of the system to change its behavior whenever it does not achieve system requirements. Self-adaptive software systems (SASS) are considered a milestone in software development in many modern complex scientific and engineering fields. Employing self-adaptation in a system can accomplish better functionality or performance; however, it may lead to uncertainty. The uncertainty that results from using SASS needs to be tackled from different perspectives. The goal of this work is to highlight more details about SASS, describe all possible sources of uncertainty, and illustrate its effect on the ability of the system to fulfill its objectives. In addition, we present IoT as a case study to define uncertainty at different layers of the IoT stack. View this paper
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