A Compositional Formalization of Connector Wrappers

@inproceedings{Spitznagel2003ACF,
  title={A Compositional Formalization of Connector Wrappers},
  author={Bridget Spitznagel and David Garlan},
  booktitle={ICSE},
  year={2003}
}
Increasingly systems are composed of parts: software components, and the interaction mechanisms (connectors) that enable them to communicate. When assembling systems from independently developed and potentially mismatched parts, wrappers may be used to overcome mismatch as well as to remedy extra-functional defciencies.Unfortunately the current practice of wrapper creation and use is ad hoc, resulting in artifacts that are often hard to reuse or compose, and whose impact is diffcult to analyze… CONTINUE READING

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