Exposing the Skeleton in the Coordination Closet

@inproceedings{Kramer1997ExposingTS,
  title={Exposing the Skeleton in the Coordination Closet},
  author={Jeff Kramer and Jeff Magee},
  booktitle={COORDINATION},
  year={1997}
}
One of the ways in which we cope with large and complex systems is to abstract away some of the detail, considering them at an architectural level as compositions of interacting components. To this end, the variously termed Coordination, Configuration and Architectural Description Languages (ADL) facilitate description, comprehension and reasoning at that level, providing a clean separation between individual component behaviour and their interaction in a software architecture. However, in the… CONTINUE READING
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