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Event-Based Execution Architectures for Dynamic Software Systems
James Vera, Louis Perrochon, David C. Luckham Computer Systems Laboratory, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305,

Proceedings of the First Working IFIP Conf. on Software Architecture. 1999. San Antonio, Texas.

Keywords: Evolutionary software architectures, software artifacts, component engineering.

Language: English.

Abstract:

Distributed systems' runtime behavior can be difficult to understand. Concurrent, distributed activity make notions of global state difficult to grasp. We focus on the runtime structure of a system, its execution architecture, and propose representing its evolution as a partially ordered set of predefined architectural event types. This representation allows a system's topology to be visualized, analyzed and con-strained. The use of a predefined event types allows the execution architectures of different systems to be readily compared.

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