Law-Governed Regularities in Object Systems, Part 2: A Concrete Implementation

@article{Minsky1997LawGovernedRI,
  title={Law-Governed Regularities in Object Systems, Part 2: A Concrete Implementation},
  author={Naftaly H. Minsky and Partha P. Pal},
  journal={TAPOS},
  year={1997},
  volume={3},
  pages={87-101}
}
Regularities, or the conformity to unifying principles, are essential to the comprehensibility, manageability and reliability of large software systems, and should, therefore, be considered an important element of their architecture. But the inherent globality of regularities makes them very hard to implement in traditional methods. We have argued in a previously published companion paper that this di culty can be alleviated by means of law-governed architecture (LGA), under which a system… CONTINUE READING
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