Component-based software reuse on the world wide web
Component-based software reuse (CBSR) has been widely used in software developing practice and has an even more brilliant future with the rapid extension of the Internet, because World Wide Web (WWW) makes the large scale of component resources from different vendors become available to software developers. In this paper, an abstract component model suitable for representing components on WWW is proposed, which plays important roles both in achieving interoperability among components and among reusable component libraries (RCLs). Some necessary changes to many aspects of component management brought by WWW are also discussed, such as the classification of components and the corresponding searching methods, and the certification of components.
Key Wordscomponent-based software reuse (CBSR) reusable component library (RCL) component management common object request broker architecture (CORBA)
CLC numberTP 311.5
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