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A domain-language approach to designing dynamic enterprise component-based architectures to support business services

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Presents solutions to a major subset of problems facing component-based development and integration (CBDI). These solutions include patterns, techniques, design artifacts and activities across what we have identified as the five domains of CBDI, namely: organizational, methodological, architectural, technology implementation and infrastructure. We present a taxonomy of CBDI domains that transcends technology and tools to cover a wider spectrum of business and methodology concerns across an enterprise. Representative examples from the methodological and architectural domains are given. Domain-specific languages are combined with the object paradigm to yield grammar-oriented object design (GOOD). GOOD helps identify and map reusable subsystems in a business model to a well-mannered component-first software architecture. We then demonstrate how these manners should be added as first-class constructs to the component-based paradigm of software engineering

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Technology of Object-Oriented Languages and Systems, 2001. TOOLS 39. 39th International Conference and Exhibition on

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2001