Frameworks for Protocol Implementation


Barros Barbosa, Ciro de and Ferreira Pires, Luis and Sinderen, Marten van (1998) Frameworks for Protocol Implementation. In: 6th Brazilian Symposium on Computer Networks, SBRC, 1998, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (pp. pp. 385-403).

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Abstract:This paper reports on the development of a catalogue of frameworks for protocol implementation. Frameworks are software structures developed for a specific application domain, which can be re-used in the implementation of various different concrete systems in this domain. By using frameworks we aim at increasing the effectiveness of the protocol implementation process. We assume that whenever protocols are directly implemented from their specifications one may be able to increase the correctness and the speed of the implementation process, and the maintainability of the resulting system. We argue that frameworks should match the concepts underlying the techniques used for specifying protocols. Consequently, we couple the development of frameworks for protocol implementation to the investigation of the different alternative design models for protocol specification. This paper presents the approach we have been using to develop frameworks, and illustrates this approach with an example of framework.
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Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS)
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