Corpus ID: 2494414

Dimensions of Component Based Development

@inproceedings{Atkinson1999DimensionsOC,
  title={Dimensions of Component Based Development},
  author={C. Atkinson and Thomas K{\"u}hne and C. Bunse},
  booktitle={ECOOP Workshops},
  year={1999}
}
As the properties of components have gradually become clearer, attention has started to turn to the architectural issues which govern their interaction and composition. In this paper we identify some of the major architectural questions affecting component-based software develop-ment and describe the predominant architectural dimensions. Of these, the most interesting is the "architecture hierarchy" which we believe is needed to address the "interface vicissitude" problem that arises whenever… Expand
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