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A highly adaptable generic event-based message channel design for loosely coupling software modules

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Authors
Eryigit, Cihat
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Event programming
Event channel
The server and agent based active network management (SAAM) architecture
Inter-object communication
Advisors
Xie, Geoffrey
Date of Issue
2002-03
Date
March 2002
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Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School
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Component-based software engineering is an emerging software development approach based on the fundamentals of object-oriented technology. This approach moves programmers' focus from component development to component assembly. Event-based programming is one of the techniques that can be used to assemble software components into applications. In this thesis, a new, generic, highly adaptable and flexible event channel has been designed and implemented. The main product is a Java utility package, called "channel package", which should help Java application developers create or enhance large systems using an event-based programming approach. The new channel design has several demonstrated performance advantages over existing event channel implementations. The flexibility and adaptability of the channel package has also been validated by a successful upgrade of the channel mechanism of the SAAM prototype system.
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Computer Science (CS)
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xvi, 157 p. : ill. ;
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