The Architectural Style of Adaptive Object-Models Presented for ECOOP 2001 Workshop on Adaptive Object-Models and Metamodeling Techniques

Abstract

Many object-oriented information systems share an architectural style that emphasizes flexibility and dynamically configurable. Business rules are stored in a database instead of in code. The object model that the user cares about is part of the database, and the object model of the code is just an interpreter of the users’ object model. We call these systems “Adaptive Object-Models”, because the users’ object model is interpreted at runtime and can be changed with immediate (but controlled) effects on the system interpreting it. Adaptive Object-Models: With Application to Medical Observations 05/21/01

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@inproceedings{Yoder2001TheAS, title={The Architectural Style of Adaptive Object-Models Presented for ECOOP 2001 Workshop on Adaptive Object-Models and Metamodeling Techniques}, author={Joseph W. Yoder and Federico Balaguer and Ralph E. Johnson}, year={2001} }