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Fédération de composants : une architecture logicielle pour la composition par coordination

Abstract : We studied the problem of composition by coordination, in which a group of components belonging to different domains must work together in an application. Considering that any direct connection between two components of two different domains generates evolution problems, we explored coordination as a composing mechanism. We characterized the problem of coordination between domains, and showed that container models are a simplistic solution to this problem. We studied the coordination world, and we introduced the "federation", as a software architecture that makes possible to structure an application as a set of components, which cooperate (without any direct connection) to achieve a common goal. We defined the common universe (relationships between the components of distinct domains) and the coordination contracts (materialization of the game rules) like the basic structures of a federation. We implemented a framework and an application to validate the approach
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Jorge Villalobos. Fédération de composants : une architecture logicielle pour la composition par coordination. Génie logiciel [cs.SE]. Université Joseph-Fourier - Grenoble I, 2003. Français. ⟨tel-00004378⟩



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