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Title:
Domain-specific application frameworks : frameworks experience by industry
Author:
Fayad, Mohamed, 1950-
Publication Information:
New York : Wiley, [2000]

©2000
Physical Description:
xxi, 681 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm + 1 computer optical disc (4 3/4 in.)
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780471332800
Format :
Book

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Summary

Object Technology An invaluable collection of domain-specific frameworks Domain-Specific Application Frameworks Frameworks provide generic software architectures that can be reused, indefinitely, to generate new applications. But they don't readily translate from one business or industry domain to another. A telecommunications framework looks very different from a currency trading framework, for instance. Developers need instruction on how to build frameworks specific to the domains for which they program. Now, this book/CD-ROM package gives developers models-and much more. Each chapter is built around a case study reporting a major framework implementation or customization project. The 30 examples contained in the book cover an array of application domains, including:
* Flexible manufacturing architectures
* Computer-integrated manufacturing
* New generation control systems
* Concurrent engineering
* Reliable distributed computing
* High-performance Web servers
* Multimedia telecommunications
* Networking and telecommunications
* Industrial visualization
* And many others
The enclosed CD-ROM gives you:
* Example frameworks
* Documentation and manuals
* Framework code and implementation tips
* Sample framework architectures and models
* Design patterns and presentations
* Animated demonstrations


Author Notes

MOHAMED E. FAYAD, PhD, is a professor of computer science and engineering at the University of Nebraska, a columnist for Communications of the ACM, lead author of Wiley's book Transition to Object-Oriented Software Development, guest editor for six different theme issues, and a former editor-in-chief of IEEE Computer Society Press. He is a pioneer and expert in object-oriented software engineering. RALPH E. JOHNSON, PhD, is a member of the famed "Gang of Four" and a professor of computer science at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.


Table of Contents

Computer-Integrated Manufacturing FrameworksM. Fayad
SEMATECH CIM FrameworkD. Doscher and R. Hodges
A CIM Framework and Pattern LanguageA. Aarsten, et al.
OSEFA: Framework for ManufacturingH. Schmid
Framework Reuse over Different CIM SubdomainsH. Schmid
A Case Study for Flexible Manufacturing SystemsD. Brugali, et al.
More Manufacturing FrameworksM. Fayad
CEF: A Concurrent Engineering FrameworkD. Yang and U. Mehta
Distributed Manufacturing Execution Systems FrameworkW. Boyle
Production Resource ManagerPRM) Framework and W. Dietrich, et al.
Developing Domain FrameworksS. Chan and T. Lammers
Measurement Systems FrameworkJ. Bosch
Distributed Systems FrameworksM. Fayad
Compound Active DocumentsP. Wegner
Supervision and Control Systems Framework ArchitectureR. Capobianchi, et al.
EPEE: A Framework for SupercomputingJ.-M. Jezequel and J.-L. Pacherie
The BAST Framework for Reliable Distributed ComputingB. Garbinato and R. Guerraoui
Object-Oriented Realtime System FrameworkW.-B. See and S.-J. Chen
JAWS: A Framework for High-Performance Web ServersJ. Hu and D. Schmidt
Network and Telecommunication FrameworksM. Fayad
A Framework for Network Management AgentsH. Kocher and J. Schabernack
Telecommunication Network Planning FrameworkB. Messmer, et al.
FIONA: A Framework for Integrating Distributed C3I ApplicationsP. Spilling, et al.
MultiTel: Multimedia Telecommunication Services FrameworkL. Fuentes and J. Troya
Event Filter Framework and ApplicationsM. Fayad and J. Hu
EnvironmentsM. Fayad
Beyond-Sniff: A Framework-Based ComponentW. Bischofberger and K.-U. Maetzel
Extensible Computational Chemistry Environment (ECCE)D. Jones, et al.
The Amulet Prototype-Instance FrameworkB. Myers, et al.
Jadve: Graph-Based Data Visualization FrameworkW. Lee and N. Barghouti
Object EnvironmentsJ. Stafford
A Multimodeling Simulation FrameworkR. Cubert and P. Fishwick
Application Frameworks: A SurveyA. Yassin and M. Fayad
Appendices
Index

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