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An Overview of Souk Nets: A Component-Based Paradigm for Data Source Integration

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An Overview of Souk Nets: A Component-Based Paradigm for Data Source Integration
Construction of complex software systems with largely off-the-shelf components has become a reality with the wide availability and acceptance of component frameworks and distributed object systems. Component-based frameworks tailored specifically for the domain of database integration are lacking, however. To use an existing component framework, data integrators must construct custom components specialized to the tasks of the data integration problem at hand. This approach allows other components provided by the framework to be reused, but is overly tedious and requires the integrator to employ the programming paradigms assumed by the component framework for interconnection and intercommunication between components, and manipulation of data provided by them. This approach also does not lend itself to the use of components from other frameworks. A more desirable approach would be to use a framework that provides off-the-shelf data integration components, allows one to employ programmi...
William J. McIver Jr., Karim Keddara, Christian Oc
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Type Conference
Year 1999
Where DBPL
Authors William J. McIver Jr., Karim Keddara, Christian Och, Roger King, Clarence A. Ellis, John Todd, Nathan Getrich, Richard Osborne, Brian Temple
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