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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The decomposition of a software application into components and connectors at the design stage has been promoted as a way to describe and reason about complex software architectures. There is, however, surprisingly little language support for this decomposition at implementation level. Interaction relationships which are identified at design time are lost as they get spread out into the participating entities at implementation. In this paper, we propose first-class connectors in andoi:10.1007/3-540-63531-9_32 fatcat:67k27h67tbfx3h7onfojkpztfi