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An Architectural Description Language for Enterprise Computing
Poernomo, Iman and Schmidt, Heinz (2001) An Architectural Description Language for Enterprise Computing. In: Working Conference on Complex and Dynamic Systems Architecture.
Architectural description languages (ADLs) are used to specify high-level, compositional view of a software application. ADLs usually come equipped with a rigourous state-transition style semantics, facilitating specification and analysis of distributed and event-based systems. However, enterprise system architectures built upon newer middleware (implementations of Java’s EJB specification, or Microsoft’s COM+/ .NET) require additional expressive power from an ADL. The TrustME ADL is designed to meet this need. In this paper, we describe several aspects of TrustME that facilitate specification and anlysis of middleware-based architectures for the enterprise.
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