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Advanced design concepts for open distributed systems development

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3 Author(s)
L. F. Pires ; Twente Univ., Enschede, Netherlands ; M. van Sinderen ; C. A. Vissers

Experience with the engineering of large scale open distributed systems has shown that their design should be specified at several well-defined levels of abstraction, in which each level aims at satisfying specific user, architectural, and implementation needs. Therefore, designers should dispose of a comprehensive design methodology, which allows them to conceive a specification at a certain abstraction level and transform this specification into a conforming specification at a lower abstraction level. The collection of these transformations should abridge the total design trajectory from initial user requirements to final implementation. The authors present and discuss some advanced design concepts that provide a basis for such a design methodology

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Distributed Computing Systems, 1993., Proceedings of the Fourth Workshop on Future Trends of

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22-24 Sep 1993