Modal Logics for Reasoning about Object-based Component Composition
Pahl, Claus (2000) Modal Logics for Reasoning about Object-based Component Composition. In: The 4rd Irish Workshop on Formal Methods., July 2000, Maynooth, Ireland.
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Component-oriented development of software supports the adaptability and maintainability of large systems, in particular if requirements change over time and parts of a system have to be modified or replaced. The software architecture in such systems can be described by components
and their composition. In order to describe larger architectures, the composition concept becomes crucial. We will present a formal framework for component composition for object-based software development. The deployment of modal logics for defining components and component composition will allow us to reason about and prove properties of components and compositions.
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