Software Architecture, Working IEEE/IFIP Conference on (2004)
June 12, 2004 to June 15, 2004
R. Bashroush , Queens University Belfast, UK
I. Spence , Queens University Belfast, UK
P. Kilpatrick , Queens University Belfast, UK
T. J. Brown , Queens University Belfast, UK
Inter-component communication has always been of great importance in the design of software architectures and connectors have been considered as first-class entities in many approaches . We present a novel architectural style that is derived from the well-established domain of computer networks. The style adopts the inter-component communication protocol in a novel way that allows large scale software reuse. It mainly targets real-time, distributed, concurrent, and heterogeneous systems.
T. J. Brown, I. Spence, P. Kilpatrick and R. Bashroush, "A Network Architectural Style for Real-time Systems: NaSr," Software Architecture, Working IEEE/IFIP Conference on(WICSA), Oslo, Norway, 2004, pp. 321.