Foundations of Component-Based Systems (Hardback)
  • Foundations of Component-Based Systems (Hardback)

Foundations of Component-Based Systems (Hardback)

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Hardback 322 Pages / Published: 28/03/2000
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This collection of articles by well-known experts was originally published in 2000 and is intended for researchers in computer science, practitioners of formal methods, and computer programmers working in safety-critical applications or in the technology of component-based systems. The work brings together several elements of this area that were fast becoming the focus of much research and practice in computing. The introduction by Clemens Szyperski gives a snapshot of research in the field. About half the articles deal with theoretical frameworks, models, and systems of notation; the rest of the book concentrates on case studies by researchers who have built prototype systems and present findings on architectures verification. The emphasis is on advances in the technological infrastructure of component-based systems; how to design and specify reusable components; and how to reason about, verify, and validate systems from components. Thus the book shows how theory might move into practice.

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521771641
Number of pages: 322
Weight: 750 g
Dimensions: 263 x 185 x 25 mm

Review of the hardback: ' ... it is kind of material that is at the cutting edge of computer science and it is on these concepts that future programmes will be basing their work.' Application Development Advisor
Review of the hardback: 'The book is sure to be enthusiastically accepted by anyone professionally involved with component-based systems. The editors have chosen an important task and have done it superbly. The result is an important work, a pleasure and an education to read and consult.' Current Engineering Practice
Review of the hardback: 'The book is well written and, more important, matches one of the current emphases of the software and systems industry. As already indicated, it is quite detailed and thorough, but it could certainly serve well as a text for a graduate-level computer science course. Practitioners and researchers ... will also want to have this book in their libraries.' Charles Schroeder, Computing Reviews

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