Architecture internalisation in BIP

@inproceedings{Bliudze2014ArchitectureII,
  title={Architecture internalisation in BIP},
  author={Simon Bliudze and Joseph Sifakis and Marius Bozga and Mohamad Jaber},
  booktitle={CBSE},
  year={2014}
}
We consider two approaches for building component-based systems, which we call respectively architecture-based and architecture-agnostic. The former consists in describing coordination constraints in a purely declarative manner through parametrizable glue operators; it provides higher abstraction level and, consequently, stronger correctness by construction. The latter uses simple fixed coordination primitives, which are spread across component behaviour; it is more error-prone, but allows… CONTINUE READING

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