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A Variability Design and Customization Technique of Message Flow for Improving Generality


Eun-Sook Cho, Chul-Jin Kim, Journal of Internet Computing and Services, Vol. 9, No. 1, pp. 115-128, Feb. 2008
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Keywords: Component, Component Interface, Message Flow, Variability, Customization, Component Development

Abstract

The component for satisfying several domain requirements must be developed to support variety. But, when the application is developed using the component, it happens other requirements. So, it is difficult to design component to satisfy severaldomain requirements. Also, it is impossible to support the special business logic. As this problem, the component must provide to the white-box component, it is not the black-box component. So, in this paper, we propose the variability design technique and the customization technique using the design technique that can support the various requirements. This technique is not focus on designing the component to analyze various domains. The variability of the component is designed to the initial variability in the component development phase and we use the customization technique for applying the variability to developing application. The variability can be re-designed during developing the application to use the component applying the variability. The variability of the component is evolved and the generation of the component is increased via the iteration Generally, the range of the component variability is classified the function modification within the component and the component internal structure modification as requirements in the component outside. As the range of the variability, we propose the variability design technique of the behavior and the message flow. This paper proposes a message flow design technique for modifying function call.


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Cite this article
[APA Style]
Eun-Sook Cho and Chul-Jin Kim (2008). A Variability Design and Customization Technique of Message Flow for Improving Generality. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 9(1), 115-128.

[IEEE Style]
E. Cho and C. Kim, "A Variability Design and Customization Technique of Message Flow for Improving Generality," Journal of Internet Computing and Services, vol. 9, no. 1, pp. 115-128, 2008.

[ACM Style]
Eun-Sook Cho and Chul-Jin Kim. 2008. A Variability Design and Customization Technique of Message Flow for Improving Generality. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 9, 1, (2008), 115-128.