Specifying Data Bases Management Systems by Using RM-ODP Engineering Language

@article{Laassiri2011SpecifyingDB,
  title={Specifying Data Bases Management Systems by Using RM-ODP Engineering Language},
  author={Jalal Laassiri and Said El Hajji and Mohamed Bouhdadi and Ghizlane Orhanou and Youssef Balouki},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2011},
  volume={abs/1102.5190}
}
Distributed systems can be very large and complex. The various considerations that influence their design can result in a substantial specification, which requires a structured framework that has to be managed successfully. The purpose of the RMODP is to define such a framework. The Reference Model for Open Distributed Processing (RM-ODP) provides a framework within which support of distribution, inter-working and portability can be integrated. It defines: an object model, architectural… CONTINUE READING

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