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2000 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium. Conference Record (Cat. No.00CH37149)
We present the first conceptual results in the design of an object-oriented framework that tackles recurrent problems encountered when developing acquisition and triggering systems for high-energy physics experiments. These problems include software/hardware frontier definition and the impact of both intrinsic and performance-related distribution on software development. Based on the UML (Unified Modeling Language) extension mechanisms and a real-time CORBA (Common Object Request Brokerdoi:10.1109/nssmic.2000.949970 fatcat:ewdlwu5b2jc3zaucnas6hktde4