Using Role Components to Implement Collaboration-Based Designs

@inproceedings{VanHilst1996UsingRC,
  title={Using Role Components to Implement Collaboration-Based Designs},
  author={Michael VanHilst and David Notkin},
  booktitle={OOPSLA},
  year={1996}
}
In this paper we present a method of code implementation that works in conjunction with collaboration and responsibility based analysis modeling techniques to achieve better code reuse and resilience to change. Our approach maintains a closer mapping from responsibilities in the analysis model to entities in the implementation. In so doing, it leverages the features of flexible design and design reuse found in collaboration-based design models to provide similar adaptability and reuse in the… CONTINUE READING
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