Generative and Component-Based Software Engineering: Third by Ted J. Biggerstaff (auth.), Jan Bosch (eds.)

By Ted J. Biggerstaff (auth.), Jan Bosch (eds.)

The dimension, complexity, and integration point of software program platforms is expanding c- stantly. businesses in all domain names determine that software program de?nes the aggressive fringe of their items. those advancements require us to regularly look for new techniques to extend the productiveness and caliber of our software program - velopment and to diminish the price of software program upkeep. Generative and component-based applied sciences carry considerablepromise with appreciate to achi- ing those ambitions. GCSE 2001 constituted one other vital leap forward and supplied a platform for tutorial and business researchers to interchange rules. those complaints signify the 3rd convention on generative and com- nent-based software program engineering. The convention originated as a different music on generative programming from the Smalltalk and Java in and - ucation convention (STJA), geared up via the operating crew “Generative and Component-Based software program Engineering” of the “Gesellschaft fur ¨ Informatik” FG 2.1.9 “Object-Oriented software program Engineering.” besides the fact that, the convention has developed considerably considering that then, with its personal, autonomous stature, invited audio system, and, most significantly, a strong and transforming into group. This year’s convention attracted forty three submissions from around the world, - dicating the vast, overseas curiosity within the learn ?eld. in response to cautious overview through this system committee, 14 papers have been chosen for presentation. i need to thank the individuals of this system committee, all well known - perts, for his or her commitment in getting ready thorough studies of the submissions.

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1]. The XVCL processor is an XML implementation of the industry-proven Frame Processor. In our approach, concerns are encapsulated in groups of x-frames. An x-frame is instrumented with XVCL commands that show how to incorporate variants within concerns. Given specific variants, custom components/systems can be generated from the x-frame hierarchy on demand. Although the XVCL was originally designed for addressing variants within concerns, the basic concept can be extended to compose multiple concerns as well.

13] J-M. DeBaud and K. Schmid, “A Systematic Approach to Derive the Scope of Software Product Lines”, Int. Conference on Software Engineering 1999. [14] H. , “A Prototype Domain Modeling Environment for Reusable Software Architectures”, Int. Conf. on Software Reuse, Rio de Janeiro, November 1994, 74-83. [15] M. , August 2000. [16] I. Holland. “Specifying Reusable Components Using Contracts”, ECOOP 1992. L. Parnas, “On the Design and Development of Program Families”, IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, March 1976.

Components, interfaces and information models. Section 4 describes the approach of using these ingredients to build a platform. Finally, section 5 presents result of practical experiences with the approach, followed by concluding remarks in section 6. 1 This work has been partially funded by the European ITEA project ESAPS. J. ): GCSE 2001, LNCS 2186, pp. 25-35, 2001. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2001 26 Jan Gerben Wijnstra 2. Product Population Platform In the previous section, we introduced the arguments for a platform approach to support the development of products in the medical imaging domain.

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