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The Common Component Modeling Example

Comparing Software Component Models

Part of the book series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS, volume 5153)

Part of the book sub series: Programming and Software Engineering (LNPSE)

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Table of contents (17 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

  2. Introduction

    • Andreas Rausch, Ralf Reussner, Raffaela Mirandola, František Plášil
    Pages 1-3
  3. CoCoTA – Common Component Task

    • Raffaela Mirandola, František Plášil
    Pages 4-15
  4. CoCoME - The Common Component Modeling Example

    • Sebastian Herold, Holger Klus, Yannick Welsch, Constanze Deiters, Andreas Rausch, Ralf Reussner et al.
    Pages 16-53
  5. Modeling Components and Component-Based Systems in KobrA

    • Colin Atkinson, Philipp Bostan, Daniel Brenner, Giovanni Falcone, Matthias Gutheil, Oliver Hummel et al.
    Pages 54-84
  6. A Rich Services Approach to CoCoME

    • Barry Demchak, Vina Ermagan, Emilia Farcas, To-ju Huang, Ingolf H. Krüger, Massimiliano Menarini
    Pages 85-115
  7. Modelling with Relational Calculus of Object and Component Systems - rCOS

    • Zhenbang Chen, Abdel Hakim Hannousse, Dang Van Hung, Istvan Knoll, Xiaoshan Li, Zhiming Liu et al.
    Pages 116-145
  8. Component-Interaction Automata Approach (CoIn)

    • Barbora Zimmerova, Pavlína Vařeková, Nikola Beneš, Ivana Černá, Luboš Brim, Jiří Sochor
    Pages 146-176
  9. Service-Oriented Modeling of CoCoME with Focus and AutoFocus

    • Manfred Broy, Jorge Fox, Florian Hölzl, Dagmar Koss, Marco Kuhrmann, Michael Meisinger et al.
    Pages 177-206
  10. Modelling the CoCoME with the Java/A Component Model

    • Alexander Knapp, Stephan Janisch, Rolf Hennicker, Allan Clark, Stephen Gilmore, Florian Hacklinger et al.
    Pages 207-237
  11. Linking Programs to Architectures: An Object-Oriented Hierarchical Software Model Based on Boxes

    • Jan Schäfer, Markus Reitz, Jean-Marie Gaillourdet, Arnd Poetzsch-Heffter
    Pages 238-266
  12. Modelling the CoCoME with DisCComp

    • André Appel, Sebastian Herold, Holger Klus, Andreas Rausch
    Pages 267-296
  13. Palladio – Prediction of Performance Properties

    • Klaus Krogmann, Ralf Reussner
    Pages 297-326
  14. KLAPER: An Intermediate Language for Model-Driven Predictive Analysis of Performance and Reliability

    • Vincenzo Grassi, Raffaela Mirandola, Enrico Randazzo, Antonino Sabetta
    Pages 327-356
  15. CoCoME in Fractal

    • Lubomír Bulej, Tomáš Bureš, Thierry Coupaye, Martin Děcký, Pavel Ježek, Pavel Parízek et al.
    Pages 357-387
  16. CoCoME in SOFA

    • Tomáš Bureš, Martin Děcký, Petr Hnětynka, Jan Kofroň, Pavel Parízek, František Plášil et al.
    Pages 388-417
  17. A Specification Language for Distributed Components Implemented in GCM/ProActive

    • Antonio Cansado, Denis Caromel, Ludovic Henrio, Eric Madelaine, Marcela Rivera, Emil Salageanu
    Pages 418-448
  18. CoCoME Jury Evaluation and Conclusion

    • Manfred Broy, Johannes Siedersleben, Clemens Szyperski
    Pages 449-458
  19. Back Matter

About this book

This volume defines a common example for modelling approaches of component based systems. It is based on the Dagstuhl research seminar CoCoME (Common Component Modelling Example), which was held from August 1-3, 2007, at Schloss Dagstuhl, Germany.

The Common Component Modelling Example makes it possible to compare different approaches and to validate existing models. It serves as a platform for the classification of existing models and approaches and the interchange of research ideas, enabling researchers to focus and to tackle aspects less frequently dealt with.

The CoCoME project is an ongoing venture, one of the aims of which is the adoption of the Common Component Modelling Example by the entire component community as a means of comparing and validating their approaches.

Keywords

  • CoCoTa
  • Dagstuhl
  • Java
  • KobrA
  • LA
  • Performance
  • architecture
  • classification
  • distributed components
  • intermediate language
  • mod
  • modeling
  • performance and reliability
  • rCOS
  • verification

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  • ISBN: 978-3-540-85289-6
  • Instant PDF download
  • Readable on all devices
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Softcover Book USD 64.99
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