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Joint efforts to dispel an approaching modularity crisis: Divide et impera, quo vadis?

Hermann, Stephan and Mezini, Mira and Ostermann, Klaus :
Joint efforts to dispel an approaching modularity crisis: Divide et impera, quo vadis?
In: 6th International Workshop on Component- Oriented Programming (WCOP), 19. Jun. 2001, Budapest, Hungary.
[Conference or Workshop Item] , (2001)

Abstract

In this paper we consider two important trends in improving separation of concerns: (a) the emergence of server-side component frameworks, and (b) the emergence of advanced approaches to software decomposition/composition. These two trends have emerged independently from each other, the first one in an industrial setting and the second one originating mostly from the object-oriented languages research community. Despite this independent development, both trends have quite some commonalities: not only do they follow the same goals, the key concepts are also basically the same. However, an effort to put both trends into a common reference frame, showing their commonalities, their differences, drawing boundaries on their application areas, analyzing how they complement each other and eventually profit from each other, etc., is still missing today. This paper is a modest effort to fill this gap.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 2001
Creators: Hermann, Stephan and Mezini, Mira and Ostermann, Klaus
Title: Joint efforts to dispel an approaching modularity crisis: Divide et impera, quo vadis?
Language: English
Abstract:

In this paper we consider two important trends in improving separation of concerns: (a) the emergence of server-side component frameworks, and (b) the emergence of advanced approaches to software decomposition/composition. These two trends have emerged independently from each other, the first one in an industrial setting and the second one originating mostly from the object-oriented languages research community. Despite this independent development, both trends have quite some commonalities: not only do they follow the same goals, the key concepts are also basically the same. However, an effort to put both trends into a common reference frame, showing their commonalities, their differences, drawing boundaries on their application areas, analyzing how they complement each other and eventually profit from each other, etc., is still missing today. This paper is a modest effort to fill this gap.

Divisions: Department of Computer Science
Department of Computer Science > Software Technology
Event Title: 6th International Workshop on Component- Oriented Programming (WCOP)
Event Location: Budapest, Hungary
Event Dates: 19. Jun. 2001
Date Deposited: 22 Jul 2009 14:16
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