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A Generic Component Concept for System Modeling
Zitatschlüssel EOB+02
Autor Ehrig, H. and Orejas, F. and Braatz, B. and Klein, M. and Piirainen, M.
Buchtitel Proc. FASE 2002: Formal Aspects of Software Engineering
Seiten 32–48
Jahr 2002
Jahrgang 2306
Verlag SPRINGER
Serie LNCS
Zusammenfassung The aim of this paper is to present a generic component framework for system modeling which is especially useful for a large class of graph- and net-based modeling techniques. Moreover, the framework is also flexible with respect to a hierarchical connection of components, providing a compositional semantics of components. This means more precisely that the semantics and internal correctness of a system can be inferred from the semantics of its components. In contrast to constructor-based component concepts for data type specification techniques, our component framework is based on a generic notion of transformations. Refinements and transformations are used to express intradependencies, between the export interface and the body of a component, and interdependencies, between the import and the export interfaces of different components. This is shown by a small case study on modeling Java threads by high-level Petri nets in this paper.
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