A Health-Giving Method about Desktop and Web Application

International Journal of Mobile Computing and Application
© 2018 by SSRG - IJMCA Journal
Volume 5 Issue 1
Year of Publication : 2018
Authors : Adefolake and Daluchi
How to Cite?

Adefolake and Daluchi, "A Health-Giving Method about Desktop and Web Application," SSRG International Journal of Mobile Computing and Application, vol. 5,  no. 1, pp. 14-17, 2018. Crossref, https://doi.org/10.14445/23939141/IJMCA-V5I1P103


The difficulty of computer architectures, software, web requests, and its huge spread worldwide using the internet and the fast growth in the amount of users in companion with the increase of maintenance cost are all factors guided numerous investigators to improve software, web requests and systems that have the capacity of self-healing. The goal of the self-healing software feature is to fast recover the request and retain it successively and obtainable for24/7 as best as probable. This review delivers an indication of self-healing software and scheme that is particularly useful in all of those conditions in which the contribution of humans is expensive and hard to improve and wants to be automated with self-healing. There are different appearances which will type us escalate the different supports of these self-healing arrangements. Lastly, the approaches, methods, mechanisms and dispersed entrances of self-healing are categorized in different attitudes and then shortened.


Computer Architecture, Self-Healing Systems, Self-Healing Principles, Software Self-Healing, Web-Self-Healing


[1] Avizienis, A., Gilley, G., Mathur, F., Rennels, D., Rohr, J. and Rubin, D. (1971) TheSTAR (Self-Testing and Repairing) Computer: An Investigation of the Theory and Practice of Fault-Tolerant Computer Design. IEEE Transactions on Computers , 20, 1312-1321. https://doi.org/10.1109/T-C.1971.223133. 
[2] Koldehofe, B., Mayer, R., Umakishore, Rothermel, K. and Völz, M. (2013) Rollback- Recovery without Checkpoints in Distributed Event Processing Systems. DEBS’13, Arlington, 29 June-3 July 2013. 
[3] S.Thangavelu, T.Purusothaman, G.Gowrison,"Analysis of Captcha Security Methods in Web Applications",International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology (IJCTT),Volume-8 Number-4 2014. 
[4] Krena, B., Letko, Z., Tzoref, R., Ur, S. and Vojnar, T. (2007) Healing Data Races On-the-Fly. PADTAD’07, London. 
[5] Dabrowski, C. and Mills, K.L. (2002) Understanding Self-Healing in Service DiscoverySystems. Proceedings of the First Workshop on Self-Healing Systems, Charleston, 18-19 November 2002, 15-20. https://doi.org/10.1145/582128.582132 
[6] Dr.Ananthi Sheshasaayee , V.Vidyapriya,"Reorganisation of Adaptive Websites Using Web Usage Mining Techniques ,"International Journal of Computer & Organization Trends (IJCOT)",Volume - 4 Issue - 3,2014. 
[7] Saran, C. (2003) Could Self-Healing Software Be the IT Director’s Way of Cutting Support Costs? http://www.computerweekly.com/feature/Could-self-healing-software-be-the-IT-di rectors-way-of-cutting-support-costs 
[8] Perez, C.-R., Stelios, S., Laadan, O., Viennot, N., Keromytis, A. and Nieh, J. (2009) Automatic Self-Healing and Present and Future. 23 June 2009 
[9] Weyns, D., Haesevoets, R., Van Eylen, B., Helleboogh, A., Holvoet, T. and Joosen, W. (2008) Endogenous versus Exogenous Self-Management. SEAMS’08, Leipzig, 12-13 May 2008. 
[10] Ardagna, D., Cappiello, C., Fugini, M.G., Mussi, E., Pernici, B. and Plebani, P. (2006) Faults and Recovery Actions for SelfHealing Web Services. 
[11] Li, D., Tran, A.H. and Halfond, W.G.J. (2014) Making Web Applications More Energy Efficient for OLED Smartphones. ICSE’14, 31 May-7 June 2014, Hyderabad. 
[12] Lee, D., Yoo, J., Kang, H., Kim, K. and Kang, K. (2006) Distributed IPv6 Addressing Technique for Mobile Ad-hoc Networks. SAC’06, 23-27 April 2006, Dijon.