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Invasive composition for the evolution of a health information system

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In this paper we show that some of the evolution tasks in OpenMRS, a health information system, may require the invasive modification of interfaces and implementations in order to offer an appropriate modularization. We introduce a new composition framework in Java that supports the definition of expressive pattern-based invasive compositions. Fur thermore, we show that the composition framework allows us to concisely define an evolution scenario of OpenMRS that supports the consolidation of patient data from differ- ent remote instances.
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inria-00567598 , version 1 (21-02-2011)

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Ismael Mejia, Mario Südholt, Luis Daniel Benavides Navarro. Invasive composition for the evolution of a health information system. 2nd International Workshop on Variability & Composition (VariComp 2011), Mar 2011, Pernambuco, Brazil. ⟨10.1145/1961359.1961362⟩. ⟨inria-00567598⟩
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