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Towards a Standardized Specification Framework for Component Development , Discovery , and Configuration

@inproceedings{Overhage2003TowardsAS,
  title={Towards a Standardized Specification Framework for Component Development , Discovery , and Configuration},
  author={Sven Overhage},
  year={2003}
}
This paper proposes a standardized framework for the specification of components, which focuses on providing the information necessary to facilitate component development, discovery, as well as configuration. To be applicable in all these domains it predetermines a mix of different specification aspects and thereby prefers well-established formal notations to denote specifications. The framework orders component specifications using a thematic grouping into different pages, which are… 

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