An Architectural Model for Adapting Domain-Specific AOM Applications

@article{Matsumoto2012AnAM,
  title={An Architectural Model for Adapting Domain-Specific AOM Applications},
  author={Patricia Megumi Matsumoto and Eduardo Guerra},
  journal={2012 Sixth Brazilian Symposium on Software Components, Architectures and Reuse},
  year={2012},
  pages={31-40}
}
An Adaptive Object Model (AOM) is a common architectural style for systems in which classes, attributes, relationships and behaviors of applications are represented as metadata consumed at runtime. This allows them to be very flexible and changeable at runtime not only by programmers, but also by end users, improving system time-to-market. Nevertheless, this flexibility comes with a cost of a greater complexity when developing the system, and therefore one usually uses a bottom-up approach… CONTINUE READING
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