Position summary. DiPS: a unifying approach for developing system software

@article{Michiels2001PositionSD,
  title={Position summary. DiPS: a unifying approach for developing system software},
  author={Sam Michiels and Frank Matthijs and Dirk Walravens and Pierre Verbaeten},
  journal={Proceedings Eighth Workshop on Hot Topics in Operating Systems},
  year={2001},
  pages={175-}
}
  • Sam Michiels, Frank Matthijs, +1 author Pierre Verbaeten
  • Published in
    Proceedings Eighth Workshop…
    2001
  • Computer Science
  • In this position paper we unify three essential features for flexible system software: a component oriented approach, self-adaptation and separation of concerns. We propose DiPS (Distrinet Protocol Stack), a component framework, which offers components, an anonymous interaction model and connectors to handle non-functional aspects such as concurrency. 

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