The 16 papers from the October 1999 conference address collaboration and distribution, representation, performance and trade- off analysis, and the application of formal methods in complex computer-based systems and processes. Topics include a CSCW framework for the flexible coupling of groupware widgets, UML + ROOM as a standard ADL, performance analysis of traffic networks based on stochastic timed petri net models, criteria for generating specification-based tests, and lessons learned from wrapping systems. No subject index. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, ORFigure 10: A UML-RT actor diagram Figure 11: How UML-RT maps capsules to classes This leads to a smaller class ... has some advantages: It contains a smoother transition from the interface lollipop notation to the proposed port notation.
|Title||:||Proceedings, Fifth IEEE International Conference on Engineering of Complex Computer Systems|
|Publisher||:||IEEE - 1999|