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Self-Adaptive NFC Systems


In the context of high performance systems and critical applications, the general objective of the SACSO project is to design Self-Adaptive Systems, which are able of monitoring the surrounding environment and adapt themselves to different scenarios and requirements. In other words, a Self-Adaptive System must be able to provide the required high performances regardless the application mode and despite the changing environmental conditions. The fundamental concept of self-adaptation by itself is not completely new: self-calibration techniques applied after manufacturing have been developed to deal with the many sources of technological variations and self-compensation techniques applied during the lifetime of the system have been developed to deal with the ageing effects. In this project, we address two non-classical cases of self-adaptability: self-adaptation to the application and self-adaptation to the environment.In order to develop a generic methodology, the project is based on three demonstrators covering wide part of possible contexts. The first demonstrator, a NFC system, offers passive front-end context.


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lirmm-01084355 , version 1 (19-11-2014)


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Vincent Kerzérho, Florence Azaïs, Mouhamadou Dieng, Mariane Comte, Serge Bernard, et al.. Self-Adaptive NFC Systems. IOLTS: International On-Line Testing Symposium, Jul 2014, Platja d'Aro, Spain. ⟨lirmm-01084355⟩
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