Increasing demand for commercial software components has led to a development and deployment issue of overcoming differences between the customer requirements and developer specifications for the component. Component Adaptation is one solution to the issue. This thesis focuses on modeling the adaptations to an Enterprise JavaBeanTM component using the Z notations and carrying out the adaptations using Active Interfaces adaptation technique. We also formally model the Active Interfaces adaptation technique.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
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Kanetkar, Kavita Vijay, "Formal Analysis of Component Adaptation Techniques" (2002). Masters Theses (All Theses, All Years). 541.
formal analysis, Active Interfaces, Z notations, EJB, Component software, Computer software, Software engineering