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Heisel , Maritta; Santen , Thomas; Souquières , Jeanine (2002)
Publisher: HAL CCSD
Languages: English
Types: Report
Subjects: [ INFO.INFO-OH ] Computer Science [cs]/Other [cs.OH], spécification, component, composants, component model, modèle de composant
Rapport interne.; We specify the JavaBean component model and concrete beans using a combination of UML class diagrams, an extension of Object-Z, and life sequence charts. We extend Object-Z by keywords that allow one to concisely describe the interface of a bean by an Object-Z class specification. The component model specification provides specification templates consisting of class diagrams, Object-Z fragments, and life sequence charts that precisely capture the functional behavior of beans in general, including the interaction of beans that cooperate in a system. The new keywords used for specifying concrete beans translate to instances of the component model specification templates, showing that our extension of Object-Z is syntactical sugar only.
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