• Journal of Internet Computing and Services
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A Variability Design Technique based on Component Architecture for Dynamic Component Integration


Kim Chul Jin, Cho Eun Sook, Journal of Internet Computing and Services, Vol. 6, No. 2, pp. 13-24, Apr. 2005
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Keywords: Component Integration, Connection Contract, Variability, Workfiow, Component Architecture

Abstract

Software development by component integration is the mainstream for time-to-market and is the solution for overcoming the short lifecycle of software. Therefore, the effective techniques for component integration have been working. However, the systematic and practical technique has not been proposed. One of main issues for component integration is how to specify integration and the component architecture for operating the specification, in this paper, we propose a workflow variability design technique for component integration, This technique focuses on designing to a connection contract based on the component architecture. The connection contract is designed to use the provided interface of component and the architecture can assemble and customize components by the connection contract dynamically,


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Cite this article
[APA Style]
Kim Chul Jin and Cho Eun Sook (2005). A Variability Design Technique based on Component Architecture for Dynamic Component Integration. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 6(2), 13-24.

[IEEE Style]
K. C. Jin and C. E. Sook, "A Variability Design Technique based on Component Architecture for Dynamic Component Integration," Journal of Internet Computing and Services, vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 13-24, 2005.

[ACM Style]
Kim Chul Jin and Cho Eun Sook. 2005. A Variability Design Technique based on Component Architecture for Dynamic Component Integration. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 6, 2, (2005), 13-24.