Integrating independent components with on-demand remodularization

@inproceedings{Mezini2002IntegratingIC,
  title={Integrating independent components with on-demand remodularization},
  author={Mira Mezini and Klaus Ostermann},
  booktitle={OOPSLA},
  year={2002}
}
This paper proposes language concepts that facilitate the separation of an application into independent reusable building blocks and the integration of pre-build generic software components into applications that have been developed by third party vendors. A key element of our approach are on-demand remodularizations, meaning that the abstractions and vocabulary of an existing code base are translated into the vocabulary understood by a set of components that are connected by a common… CONTINUE READING
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