Module Composition and System Design for the Object Paradigm

@article{Goguen1995ModuleCA,
  title={Module Composition and System Design for the Object Paradigm},
  author={Joseph A. Goguen and Adolfo Socorro},
  journal={JOOP},
  year={1995},
  volume={7},
  pages={47-55}
}
This paper argues that a powerful module compo"itioll facility can ell),il.Ilce t]le a.bility of object oriented languages to reuse aud contpose designs, specifications and code. hl addition, several flexible ways to produo.' prototypes can be supported, induuhlg symbolic eXf'cutioa of designs. rom posing prototype versions of components, and usiug "brti\t·iu" modules. ~luch of this power comes from having rnouule expressions, therxies and views as first class citizens: 50me come,; from… CONTINUE READING

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