An automatic transformation from COSA software architecture to CORBA platform. Alti, A., Djoudi, M., & Smeda, A. In Proceedings of the 8th international conference on New technologies in distributed systems - NOTERE '08, pages 33:1--33:11, 2008. ACM Press.
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Recently, middleware as an abstraction layer is completely integrated in development environments for resolving heterogeneity and guaranteeing the transparency communication of distributed components. The explicit separation of architecture and implementation is the main concern of the Model Driven Architecture (MDA), aiming to well understanding and controlling interactions and inter-connections among components. This article defines an automatic transformation from COSA (Component-Object based Software Architecture), which is a software architecture model that describes systems as a collection of components and connectors, to a standard platform - CORBA. The goal of our work is rapid mapping and smooth integration of COSA concepts into CORBA middleware platform in order to achieve a higher level of abstraction. Copyright 2008 ACM.
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