A Study on Component Composition Technology Based on XCM


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Component description and component composition are one of key technology of CBSD and software reuse. At present the different components depend on different component description model, which determines how to construct a single component and specific interaction and component assembly standards, and to generate interactive problems limiting component composition. The paper presents a model of component composition based on XCM, which to define components from the component selection and instantiate and to describe the connections from the component interface and to provide a mechanism of component composition from the components of the event and based on the deployment of the container. The XCM component composition model not only provides a unified description mechanism, also effectively solves the interaction problems.



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Shaobo Zhong and Zhigang Liu






Y. Y. Liu "A Study on Component Composition Technology Based on XCM", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 214, pp. 804-808, 2012

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November 2012





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