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Integrating modular, Object Oriented Programming, and application generator technologies in large real time and distributed developments

  • Maurice Heitz
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 887)

Abstract

This paper presents results of an integration work on Object Oriented (OO) developments into a common framework support through an extension of HOOD3.1 allowing better support for Abstract Data Types.

The associated HOOD based development approach allows mastering of architecture definition as well as integration of software components developed with different technologies and teams (modular programming, OO programming, Graphical interface generator technology, Database generator technology, and expert systems generator technology) in the area of large and complex, real time and critical data processing systems. The resulting integration approach allows developers to gain both advantages of strong modular techniques for partitioning and interface mastering, with the productivity promises of object oriented architecture.

We first recall the terminology between modular and Object Oriented Programming (OOP), and give a description of HOOD extensions to support OO classes and inheritance.

We conclude on the presentation of four refinement and integration principles, and illustrate them on a generic architecture and refinement approach for large complex information systems leading to efficient reusability.

Index terms

Object Orientation Method integration Method cooperation Object Oriented Analysis Object Oriented Design Object Oriented Programming HOOD Verification Control expression Real-Time Distributed Reliability 

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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1994

Authors and Affiliations

  • Maurice Heitz
    • 1
  1. 1.ToulouseFrance

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