Global component behaviours as distinguished in Paradigm, offer the ingredients for specifying inter-component coordination in separation from and consistent with detailed component behaviour. The paper discusses how global behaviours provide great flexibility in arranging computation as well as coordination. In the context of a mediating example we plea for taking such flexibility as an organizational, organic, human-like characteristic; good to have, but usually absent in system specification. In addition, we point out how Paradigm's flexibility fits well in the historical perspective of discrete event simulation, modeling, object-orientation and patterns.
|Titel||Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Coordination and Organisation (CoOrg 2005, Namur, Belgium, April 23, 2005; in conjunction with Coordination'05)|
|Redacteuren||L. Torre, van der|
|Status||Gepubliceerd - 2006|
|Naam||Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science|
|ISSN van geprinte versie||1571-0061|