Using Category Theory to Model Software Component Dependencies

  title={Using Category Theory to Model Software Component Dependencies},
  author={Jiang Guo},
As the size and complexity of software systems growing, the identification and proper management of interconnection dependencies among various pieces of a system have become responsible for an increasingly important part of the development effort. In today’s large systems, the variety of encountered interconnection relationships (such as implements, uses, and extends) is very large, while the complexity of protocols for managing them can be very high. This paper tries to address this problem by… CONTINUE READING
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