The ENT Meta-Model of Component Interface, version 2

@inproceedings{Brada2004TheEM,
  title={The ENT Meta-Model of Component Interface, version 2},
  author={Přemysl Brada},
  year={2004}
}
  • Přemysl Brada
  • Published 2004
Software modules and components have always played a key role in software engineering, primarily as key abstractions that embody the principle of information hiding. Modelling components is an increasingly important task, especially with the current interest in model-driven development and server-side component technologies. This technical report presents an update to the ENT meta-model for structuring component interfaces, originally defined in an earlier report (TR-2002-10 “The ENT Model: A… CONTINUE READING

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