The proceedings contain 12 papers. The topics discussed include: modeling dynamic architectures using DY-BIP; defining composition operators for BPMN; PaCE: a data-flow coordination language for asynchronous network-based applications; adaptation of legacy codes to context-aware composition using aspect-oriented programming; challenges for refinement and composition of instrumentations: position paper; constructing customized interpreters from reusable evaluators using game; revising and extending the uppaal communication mechanism; on the automated modularization of java programs using service locators; touching factor: software development on tablets; domain-specific languages in few steps: the neverlang approach; and business process lines and decision tables driving flexibility by selection.

Gschwind, T., DE PAOLI, F., Gruhn, V., & Book, M. (a cura di). (2012). Software composition. Springer.

Software composition

DE PAOLI, FLAVIO MARIA;
2012

Abstract

The proceedings contain 12 papers. The topics discussed include: modeling dynamic architectures using DY-BIP; defining composition operators for BPMN; PaCE: a data-flow coordination language for asynchronous network-based applications; adaptation of legacy codes to context-aware composition using aspect-oriented programming; challenges for refinement and composition of instrumentations: position paper; constructing customized interpreters from reusable evaluators using game; revising and extending the uppaal communication mechanism; on the automated modularization of java programs using service locators; touching factor: software development on tablets; domain-specific languages in few steps: the neverlang approach; and business process lines and decision tables driving flexibility by selection.
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Software composition; aspect-oriented programming; business process modeling; real-time systems; timed automata; Software verification
English
978-3-642-30563-4
Gschwind, T., DE PAOLI, F., Gruhn, V., & Book, M. (a cura di). (2012). Software composition. Springer.
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