Provided by: International Journal of Computer Science and Management Research (IJCSMR)
Date Added: Feb 2014
In dynamic software updates there survive different degrees of probable behavior change. The simplest approach of adapting an request is to change the execution of a method body, i.e., updating the method body to a original version without altering the overall request, for example if a bug within a single method gets unchanging, or a faster algorithm by means of the same functionality gets organized. A next step in the direction of arbitrary updates is the capability to change the technique signature, where not simply the internals of a technique, but also the process signature itself, i.e., the quantity and types of parameters, the revisit type or the method name get distorted.