SOFTWARE REUSE AND INDUSTRIALIZATION

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Building applications by composing pre-developed
components has promise for reuse and software
engineering industrialization. Model-Driven
approaches not only elevate the abstraction of the
development, but also leverage the integration
tools for various supporting functionality such as
analysis, transformation, simulation, optimization,
and monitoring. A transformation framework, called
Regular Expression Language is used for
integration of service components. The integration
requirements are depicted as a graphical process
model and then are transformed into Business Process
Execution Language (BPEL). We solved the theoretical
difficulty to generate non-exponential BPEL when the
process model presents irreducibility. We also
present a Model-driven Domain-specific Integration
Language to integrate the source or binary
code of the software components. Two-Level Grammar++
is used to specify feature models so that
the integration requirements can be validated
against domain feature model specification.
Glue/wrapper code generation is discussed for
integrating heterogeneous components.

Autorentext

Wei Zhao is the CEO of Seamless Outsourcing Inc. She holds a Ph.D. of Computer Science from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She worked in Wall Street companies such as Bear Stearns and Platinum Grove Asset Management as a risk analyst and was an intern computer scientist in IBM T. J. Watson Research Center.

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Building applications by composing pre-developed components has promise for reuse and software engineering industrialization. Model-Driven approaches not only elevate the abstraction of the development, but also leverage the integration tools for various supporting functionality such as analysis, transformation, simulation, optimization, and monitoring. A transformation framework, called Regular Expression Language is used for integration of service components. The integration requirements are depicted as a graphical process model and then are transformed into Business Process Execution Language (BPEL). We solved the theoretical difficulty to generate non-exponential BPEL when the process model presents irreducibility. We also present a Model-driven Domain-specific Integration Language to integrate the source or binary code of the software components. Two-Level Grammar++ is used to specify feature models so that the integration requirements can be validated against domain feature model specification. Glue/wrapper code generation is discussed for integrating heterogeneous components.

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Produktinformationen

Titel
SOFTWARE REUSE AND INDUSTRIALIZATION
Untertitel
MODEL-DRIVEN INTEGRATION OF SOFTWARE AND SERVICE COMPONENTS
Autor
EAN
9783639116540
ISBN
978-3-639-11654-0
Format
Kartonierter Einband
Genre
Informatik
Anzahl Seiten
260
Gewicht
g
Größe
H220mm x B220mm
Jahr
2009
Untertitel
Englisch
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