A Non-Invasive Approach to Assertive and Autonomous Dynamic Component Composition in the Service- Oriented Paradigm
Bryant, Barrett R.
Raje, Rajeev R.
Olson, Andrew M.
Burt, Carol C.
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Component-based software composition offers a development approach with reduced time-to-market and cost while achieving enhanced productivity, quality and maintainability. Existent work on the composition paradigm focuses on static composition, which is not sufficient in a distributed environment, in which both constituent components and the assembled distributed system are subject to dynamic adaptation. This paper presents two types of dynamic composition for distributed components: assertive and autonomous over a .NET based Web Services environment. Three case studies are provided to illustrate the use of assertive and autonomous composition.
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