A Generative Component Infrastructure for Embedded Systems

@inproceedings{Vlter2003AGC,
  title={A Generative Component Infrastructure for Embedded Systems},
  author={Markus V{\"o}lter},
  year={2003}
}
Component infrastructures such as Enterprise JavaBeans [27], Micorosoft’s COM+ [14] and the upcoming CORBA Components [17] have become the de-facto standard for enterprise applications. Reasons for this success are the clean separation of technical and functional concerns, COTS containers (applications servers), and the resulting well-defined programming model and standardization. It is desirable to have these same benefits for embedded application development. However, application servers as… CONTINUE READING

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