The OSCA architecture: enabling independent product software maintenance

@article{Mills1990TheOA,
  title={The OSCA architecture: enabling independent product software maintenance},
  author={Julie A. Mills and Lillian Ruston},
  journal={Proceedings. EUROMICRO '90 Workshop on Real Time},
  year={1990},
  pages={64-70}
}
The Bellcore OSCA architecture consists of three logical layers: a corporate data layer, a processing layer, and a user layer. Each layer is made up of one or more well-defined deliverable, functional units called building blocks, which communicate through specified interface mechanisms called contracts. A communications software fabric knits these building blocks together. The OSCA architecture was developed to promote the interoperability of large-scale software products consisting of large… CONTINUE READING

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