Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

P. Fenkam, M. Jazayeri:
"Formally Designing an Event-Based Application for Mobile Collaboration: A Case Study";
Talk: SEM 2004, The International Workshop on Software Engineering and Middleware, Linz (invited); 2004-09-20 - 2004-09-21; in: "Proceedings of SEM 2004, International Workshop on Software Engineering and Middleware", Springer Verlag, LNCS 3437 (2004), 78 - 90.

English abstract:
The event-based style is recognized as a powerful
paradigm for the construction of large-scale and complex distributed
systems. The development of applications based on this concept is,
however, currently ad hoc and informal. To remedy this situation, we
have developed the \lecap methodology. This paper presents a
case study of the application of the methodology to the analysis of a platform
mobile team collaboration. This case study
shows that \lecap is indeed applicable
to real-life examples. Further, we claim that a
component developed for one architectural style is not necessarily deployable in the
context of another style. Finally, we show where
tool support is needed to enhance the methodology's usability.

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