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eBook Mathematical Frameworks for Component Software: Models for Analysis and Synthesis (Series on Component-based Software Development) ePub

by Zhiming Liu,Jifeng He

  • ISBN: 981270017X
  • Category: Programming
  • Subcategory: Computers
  • Author: Zhiming Liu,Jifeng He
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: World Scientific Pub Co Inc (November 29, 2007)
  • Pages: 368
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However, we still know little about theories that support analysis and synthesis of component-based systems.

Publisher: World Scientific. Print ISBN: 9789812700179, 981270017X. The range of components technology is both wide and diverse, but some common understanding is emerging through the ideas of model-based development. These include the notions of interfaces, contracts, services, connectors and architectures. However, we still know little about theories that support analysis and synthesis of component-based systems.

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Mathematical Frameworks for Component Software: Models for Analysis and Synthesis. Jifeng . Li . Liu Z. (2005) Component-Based Software Engineering. In: Van Hung . Wirsing M. (eds) Theoretical Aspects of Computing – ICTAC 2005. World Scientific, Singapore (to appear)Google Scholar. 21. Hybertson, . A uniform component modeling space. Informatica 25, 475–482 (2001)zbMATHGoogle Scholar. Pearson Education, In. London (2002)Google Scholar.

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Series on component-based software development ; v. . 2. Series on component-based software development ; v. Contents: Temporal specification of component based systems with polymorphic dynamic reconfiguration, N. Aguirre and T. Maibaum - Coordinated composition of software components, F. Arbab - On the semantics of componentware : a coalgebraic persecutive, . Barbosa - A theory for requirements specification and architecture design, M. Broy - Component : from mobile to channels, .

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The range of components technology is both wide and diverse, but some common understanding is emerging through the ideas of model-based development. These include the notions of interfaces, contracts, services, connectors and architectures. Key issues in the application of the technology are becoming clearer, including the consistent integration of different views of a component, component composition, component coordination and transformation for platforms. However, we still know little about theories that support analysis and synthesis of component-based systems. The distinct feature of this volume is its focus on mathematical models that identify the “core” concepts as first class modeling elements, and its providing of techniques for integrating and relating them. The volume contains eleven chapters by well-established researchers writing from different perspectives. Each chapter gives explicit definitions of components in terms of a set of key aspects and addresses some of the problems of integration and analysis of various views: component specification, component composition, component coordination, refinement and substitution, and techniques for solving problems. The concepts and techniques are motivated and explained with the help of examples and case studies.