The role of the service concept in model-driven applications development


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Andrade Almeida, J.P. and Sinderen, M.J. van and Ferreira Pires, L. and Quartel, D.A.C. (2003) The role of the service concept in model-driven applications development. In: ACM/IFIP/USENIX International Middleware Conference, MIDDLEWARE 2003, 16-20 June 2003, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (pp. pp. 288-296).

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Abstract:This paper identifies two paradigms that have influenced the design of distributed applications: the middleware-centred and the protocol-centred paradigm, and proposes a combined use of these two paradigms. This combined use incorporates major benefits from both paradigms: the ability to reuse middleware infrastructures and the ability to treat distributed coordination aspects as a separate object of design through the use of the service concept. A careful consideration of the service concept, and its recursive application, allows us to define an appropriate and precise notion of platform-independence that suits the needs of model-driven middleware application development.
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