Conceptual Integration using Wrapped Applications

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This paper describes how object-oriented concepts can be used throughout system development for integration purposes. Based on the distinction of physical and conceptual integration the concept of object wrapping is discussed for the integration of non-object-oriented systems. By regarding applications as high-level objects, i.e. wrapped applications, integration is achieved by modelling so-called integration relationships between these wrapped applications. While in conceptual integration redundancy and message passing relationships are specified, in physical integration message passing relationships only are implemented. The paper finally outlines theactivities of the conceptual integration process.

Authors Gassner, Christian; Österle, Hubert & Hotaka, Ryosuke
Research Team IWI2, CDQ
Language English
Keywords Architektur
Subjects information management
HSG Classification not classified
Refereed No
Date 29 July 1996
Title of Book Tools USA '96
Event Location Santa Barbara, CA, Fess Parker's Red Lion Resort
Depositing User Prof. em. Hubert Österle
Date Deposited 22 Jan 2009 18:29
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Gassner, Christian; Österle, Hubert & Hotaka, Ryosuke: Conceptual Integration using Wrapped Applications. 1996. - Santa Barbara, CA, Fess Parker's Red Lion Resort.

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