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Task-oriented engineering of coordinated software systems

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Task-oriented engineering of coordinated software systems
ABSTRACT: In the context of Internet-based applications where heterogeneous, legacy entities should integrate and cooperate, the efficiency of the software production process is a key problem: yet, the classical develycle and methodologies fall short, calling for ad hoc abstractions, methodologies and tools. In this work, we claim that a task-oriented approach can effectively support the design of highly-interactive applications, enabling even small development teams to afford complex software projects. By explicitly conceiving system engineering in terms of concurrent tasks plus task coordination, this approach promotes the application of innovative management techniques to improve the overall product development process, such as concurrent software engineering. Coordination models and infrastructures for agent-based systems will then be discussed as suitable means to deliver the full potential of this approach, sketching their support to concurrent software engineering techniques and...
Enrico Denti, Andrea Omicini, Alessandro Ricci
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where ISPE
Authors Enrico Denti, Andrea Omicini, Alessandro Ricci
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