Goedicke, Michael; Neumann, Gustaf; Zdun, Uwe:
Design and Implementation Constructs for the Development of Flexible, Component-Oriented Software Architectures
In: Proc. of Second International Symposium on Generative and Component-Based Software Engineering (GCSE'2000),Oct 9-12 - Erfurt, Germany, 2000
Buchaufsatz/Kapitel in Sammelwerk / Fach: Wirtschaftswissenschaften
Titel:
Design and Implementation Constructs for the Development of Flexible, Component-Oriented Software Architectures
Autor(in):
Goedicke, Michael im Online-Personal- und -Vorlesungsverzeichnis LSF anzeigen; Neumann, Gustaf; Zdun, Uwe
Erscheinungsjahr
2000
Erschienen in:
Proc. of Second International Symposium on Generative and Component-Based Software Engineering (GCSE'2000),Oct 9-12 - Erfurt, Germany, 2000
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Abstract:

Component-orientation is an emerging paradigm that promises components that are usable as prefabricated black-boxes. But components have the problem that they should be exchangeable and flexibly adaptable to a huge number of different application contexts and to changing requirements. We will argue, that sole parameterization -- as the key variation technique of components -- is not suitable to cope with all required change scenarios. A proper integration with multiple other paradigms, such as object-orientation, the usage of a scripting language as a flexible component glue, and the exploitation of high-level interception techniques can make components be easier (ex)-changeable and adaptable. These techniques can be applied without interfering with the component's internals.