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Component-Based Software Engineering

Component-Based Software Engineering

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Part of SIGS: Managing Object Technology

D. E. Smyth, E. A. Van der Veer, B. K. Cottmann, B. H. Cottmann, Y. Park, P. Bai, M. Steinder, K. Zielinski, B. Wagner, T. Schnekenburger, H. Ilmberger, N. Makrygiannis, J. Edwards, R. Nahm, R. H. High Jr, F. Buschmann, P. Sommerlad, C. Pfister, C. Szyperski, J. De Jesus, B. Hollunder, P. Clements, J. Schmitz, S. Thürmel
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  • Date Published: May 1998
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521648219

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  • This book includes coverage of the most important and current topics in Componentware® technology, based in large part on the first Component Users Conference. It addresses such issues as componentware platforms, component design and architecture, distributed object computing, componentware languages, patterns and frameworks, interoperability, and debugging and testing.

    • Contains discussions on spacecraft projects such as the recent Mars Pathfinder project
    • Addresses the challenges that businesses and manufacturers face in reengineering their systems to maximize efficiency and agility
    • Discusses issues and developments in component-based software engineering such as mobile agents and Oberon/F, a cross-platform component-oriented framework
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    • Date Published: May 1998
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521648219
    • length: 174 pages
    • dimensions: 279 x 217 x 12 mm
    • weight: 0.44kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. About the Conference: Part II. Speakers: Part III. Abstracts: Part IV. Papers:
    1. Faster, better, and cheaper at JPL D. E. Smyth
    2. Delivering the benefits of component software: JavaScript and related component technologies E. A. Van der Veer
    3. ComponentWare® consortium technology plan White Paper B. K. Cottmann and B. H. Cottmann
    4. Retrieving software components by execution Y. Park and P. Bai
    5. Service location in Multi-ORB distributed systems M. Steinder and K. Zielinski
    6. Black-Box Reuse within frameworks based on visual programming B. Wagner et al.
    7. Automatic load distribution for CORBA applications T. Schnekenburger
    8. Mobile agents - mobile components H. Ilmberger et al.
    9. Toward mass-customized information systems N. Makrygiannis
    10. Component-based systems: the basis of future manufacturing systems J. Edwards et al.
    11. Designing and documenting ComponentWare with message sequence charts R. Nahm
    12. Component model for managed objects in large-scale distributed systems R. H. High, Jr
    13. What is a pattern? F. Buschmann and P. Sommerlad
    14. Why objects are not enough C. Pfister and C. Szyperski
    15. Oberon/F: a cross-platform component-oriented framework C. Pfister and C. Szyperski
    16. Let's brew some Java J. De Jesus
    17. Specification and implementation of CORBA services: a case study - extended abstract B. Hollunder
    18. GINA: an object-oriented run-time and development solution for distributed object computing.

  • Editor

    Thomas Jell, Siemens AG, Munich

    Contributors

    D. E. Smyth, E. A. Van der Veer, B. K. Cottmann, B. H. Cottmann, Y. Park, P. Bai, M. Steinder, K. Zielinski, B. Wagner, T. Schnekenburger, H. Ilmberger, N. Makrygiannis, J. Edwards, R. Nahm, R. H. High Jr, F. Buschmann, P. Sommerlad, C. Pfister, C. Szyperski, J. De Jesus, B. Hollunder, P. Clements, J. Schmitz, S. Thürmel

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