Scientific Engineering of Distributed Java Applications: by Jose L. Ruiz, Jose L. Arciniegas, Rodrigo Cerón, Jesús

By Jose L. Ruiz, Jose L. Arciniegas, Rodrigo Cerón, Jesús Bermejo, Juan C. Dueñas (auth.), Nicolas Guelfi, Egidio Astesiano, Gianna Reggio (eds.)

FIDJI 2003 used to be a world discussion board for researchers and practitioners in- rested within the advances in, and functions of, software program engineering for distri- ted applicationdevelopment. Concerningthe technologies,the workshopfocused on “Java-related” applied sciences. It was once a chance to offer and detect the newest study, effects, and concepts in those components. Allpaperssubmittedtothisworkshopwerereviewedbyatleasttwomembers of the overseas application Committee. recognition used to be dependent totally on originality and contribution. We chosen, for those post-workshop lawsuits, 14 papers, among 29 submitted, tutorials, and one keynote speak. FIDJI2003aimedatpromotingascienti?capproachtosoftwareengineering. The scope of the workshop integrated the next issues: – layout of dispensed Java purposes – Java-related applied sciences – software program and approach structure engineering and improvement methodo- gies – improvement methodologies for UML – improvement methodologies for trustworthy allotted structures – component-based improvement methodologies – managementofevolutions/iterationsintheanalysis,design,implementation, and try out levels – dependability help in the course of method life-cycles – dealing with inconsistencies in the course of software improvement – atomicity and exception dealing with in approach improvement – software program architectures, frameworks, and layout styles for constructing d- tributed platforms – integration of formal ideas within the improvement strategy – formal research and grounding of modeling notation and strategies (e. g. , UML, metamodeling) – helping the safety requisites of disbursed functions within the - velopment approach – refactoring tools – business and educational case stories – improvement and research instruments The association of the sort of workshop represents a big volume of work.

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G. entermonitor and exitmonitor). Control, via goto or if, consists in the activation of the clock that corresponds to the target block label. The handling of exceptions does not depart Hard Real-Time Implementation of Embedded Software in JAVA 41 from this scheme: an exceptional control-flow branch is produced by Soot to handle a throw in a way similar as a goto, by associating the corresponding catch to a label. In the particular case of the return statement, translation is performed by installing the corresponding pattern of the Apex protocol at partition level (see Figure 7).

3 Component Library Available JMF streaming components are stored in a separate component library. g. a specific encoder component) are described by related XML specifications. Component Property Name Source (Reference to JMF code) Processor Speed Req. 5M Yes Push/Pull Fig. 6. Component Properties Our current development environment uses the following component categories ( Fig. 6 illustrates the properties of a encoder component): • Encoder: During encoding, a source media object is transformed into streaming media using "codecs" (compression/decompression algorithms).

First, it supports modularity, reusability and extensibility. Additionally, our approach supports more flexibility in combining different aspects taking into account the specific application requirements. The prototype has shown, that the object model behind JMF is well suited for automatic generation of implementations. At implementation level, a general objectoriented architecture supports modularity and reuse of software. We developed a set of tools for the mapping of application specifications onto an object-oriented implementation model.

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