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Conception et construction de fédérations de progiciels

Abstract : Organizations aim at combining a lot of software applications together in wide and consistent systems. Such systems have to exhibit properties such as openness, interoperability, maintainability, autonomy, evolution, etc. Our approach, as in EAI (Enterprise Application Integration) domain, is aiming to interoperate (instead of integrate) autonomous, distributed, software applications and services that have to respond together at users needs.
We define a federation as a heterogeneous software tools set, most of these tools being commercial ones; such software tools are geographically distributed and autonomous.
Our approach deals with several facets that are mainly: conceptual facet, i.e. how one can build an information system composed of heterogeneous software tools; operational facet, i.e. how can one define the behaviour – control – of such system (the federation system); technological facet, i.e. how can one plug several software tools in a federation. We will show how the framework architecture we propose allows on the one hand to build software tools federations, and on the other hand to control their execution.
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Hervé Verjus. Conception et construction de fédérations de progiciels. Génie logiciel [cs.SE]. Université de Savoie, 2001. Français. ⟨tel-00010877⟩



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