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An architecture and a process for implementing distributed collaborations

Abstract : Collaborations (between objects) are increasingly be- ing recognized as fundamental building blocks to struc- ture object-oriented design, and they have made their way into UML. But very often the first class aspect of a design level collaboration is lost during the detailed design pro- cess, making it difficult to keep good traceability between the design and the implementation. The problem is not sim- ple, because for any given collaboration abstraction, there might be several possible design solutions depending on the many non-functional forces impacting a given application.
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Eric Cariou, Antoine Beugnard, Jean-Marc Jézéquel. An architecture and a process for implementing distributed collaborations. Proceedings of EDOC 2002, Apr 2002, Lausanne, Switzerland. ⟨hal-00794774⟩



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