Towards a chemical model for software architecture reconfiguration

Wermelinger, Michel (1998). Towards a chemical model for software architecture reconfiguration. IEE Proceedings - Software, 145(5) pp. 130–136.



The chemical abstract machine is a general-purpose, simple, and intuitive programming model. Among other domains, it has been used for the specification and analysis of the computational behaviour of software architectures. In this paper we explore the ability of the formalism to express the dynamics of the architecture itself and to unify different approaches to reconfiguration within a single framework.

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