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As mobile computing systems become increasingly prevalent, it becomes increasingly important to be able to carefully and precisely model the architecture of these dynamic systems in an expressive manner. In addition, architectural models must be able to capture context, or the nature of the environment in which mobile applications operate. Some work has developed a methodology for expressing self-adaptive software architectures in a manner flexible enough to allow for runtime changes, identifying a number of important design challenges for self-adaptive systems. A bit closer to the intended approach, imposing context constraints on top of existing architectural components has been explored in conjunction with Community.
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