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ORION - A Component-Based Software Engineering Environment. Eduardo Almeida [email protected] Agenda. Context Requirements for Component-Based Software Engineering Environments Components of the Orion Environment The Component-Based Software Engineering Environment Summary References.

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Orion a component based software engineering environment

ORION - A Component-Based Software Engineering Environment

Eduardo Almeida

[email protected]


Agenda
Agenda

  • Context

  • Requirements for Component-Based Software Engineering Environments

  • Components of the Orion Environment

  • The Component-Based Software Engineering Environment

  • Summary

  • References


Context
Context

  • Tools and “Environments” – Operating Systems

    • Small collections of stand-alone tools

    • UNIX

      • Editors, compilers, debuggers

      • grep, find

    • Did not provide real means of integrating tools, coordinating their executions, or automating common tasks

  • Programming Support Environment (PSE)

    • The first significant efforts in producing tightly integrated development environment

    • Collections of tools that support coding activities

    • Some support for task automation

    • Support only one software engineering activity and its artifacts


Context1
Context

  • Software Engineering Environments (SEE)

    • Identification of the need for integrated support for software engineering activities {motivation}

    • Integrated collections of tools that facilitate software engineering activities – across the software lifecycle

    • Traceability

  • Process-centered Software Engineering Environment (PSEE)

    • Hypothesis – Software engineering process – piece of software

    • Need for semi-automated support for the software process


Requirements for component based software engineering environments
Requirements for Component-Based Software Engineering Environments

  • Tool integration

    • Platform integration

    • Data integration

    • Presentation integration

    • Control integration

    • Process integration

  • Support for Component-Based Software Engineering activities

    • Domain Engineering

    • Component-Based Development

  • Reusability

  • Referential Integrity

  • Software Configuration Management (SCM)

  • Multiple Views of Information

  • Security

  • Technology and Language Independence


Components of the orion environment
Components of the Orion Environment Environments

  • MVCASE

  • JADE (JAVA DESIGNER)

  • MoDPAI

  • JAMP Platform

  • Repository

  • Incremental Process Model (IPM)


Mvcase
MVCASE Environments


XMI Environments

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JADE


Modpai

Network Environments

MoDPAI

SNMP / PING Requests

MoDPAI


Jamp platform
JAMP Platform Environments


Repository

CASE Tools Environments

XMI

XMI

XMI

Middleware

Store and search services

Artifacts repository

- Version Control

- Security and Transaction

Management

XMI

XMI

XMI

Repository





Development of distributed components1

. Environments

Development of Distributed Components



Development of distributed components3

Service Order Model Framework Environments

Development of Distributed Components

Repository

MVCASE


Development of distributed components4

MVCASE Environments

Repository

Distributed Independent Layer

DAP Structure

Development of Distributed Components


Development of distributed components5

JADE Environments

MVCASE

(3)

XMI

Partially-generated code

(1)

(2)

+

Repository

Added operations

(4)

XMI

Completed code

+

Development of Distributed Components



Development of distributed applications1

Network topology information (XML) Environments

MoDPAI

(3)

(2)

MVCASE

Physical Network

(1)

(4)

(6)

(5)

JAMP

Development of Distributed Applications


Summary
Summary Environments

  • Tool integration

    • Platform integration

    • Data integration

    • Presentation integration

    • Control integration

    • Process integration

  • Support for Component-Based Software Engineering activities

  • Reusability

  • Referential Integrity

  • Software Configuration Management (SCM)

  • Multiple Views of Information

  • Security

  • Technology and Language Independence

  • PSEE in CBSE area


References
References Environments

Almeida, E, S.; Bianchini, C, P.; Prado, A, F.; Trevelin, L, C. IPM: An Incremental Process Model for Distributed Component-Based Software Development. In: The 5th International Conference On Enterprise Information Systems (ICEIS), 2003, Angers - França. ACM Press

Almeida, E, S.; Bianchini, C, P.; Prado, A, F.; Trevelin, L, C. MVCase: An Integrating Technologies Tool for Distributed Component-Based Software Development. In: The 6Th Asia - Pacific Network Operations and Management Symposium, Proceedings of IEEE, Poster Session, Jeju Island – Korea, 2002.

Alves, V., Borba, P., 2001. Distributed Adapters Pattern (DAP): A Design Pattern for Object-Oriented Distributed Applications. In SugarLoafPlop’2001, The First Latin American Conference on Pattern Languages of Programming

Bianchini, C.P., ... [et al]. Devices Monitoring Tool using Pervasive Computing and Software Agents. Proceedings of the 2002 International Conference on Security and Management. P 70-74. Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, 2002.

Guimarães, M.P. Implementation Design for Cooperative Work Support in JAMP Platform (in portuguese), MSc. Dissertation - Federal University of São Carlos, 2000.

Harrison, W., Ossher, H., and Tarr, P. Software Engineering Tools and Environments: A Roadmap. In The Future of Software Engineering. ACM, New York, 2000, 261-277.

Heineman, G., T., Councill, W., T., 2001. Component-Based Software Engineering, Putting the Pieces Together, Addison-Wesley. USA.

Lüer, C. and Rosenblum, D. S. WREN: An Environment for Component-Based Development. ACM SIGSOFT Software Engineering Notes. Volume 26. Number 5. September 2001. pp. 207-217.

Souza, L.F.H. de, Trevelin, L.C. - JAMP Platform and Multimedia Oriented Middleware Services, International Conference on Intelligente Multimedia and Distance Learning Education (ICIMADE'01) June 2001 Fargo, North Dakota, USA.


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