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Evolution of Code through Asynchronous Services

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DatePublished - 2002
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In this paper we advocate the fact that connections between different software entities is a stop to make application evolve at runtime. Our goal is then to free entities from connections. Therefore, we build a disconnected communication architecture based on three main concepts: extreme associative naming, late binding and asynchrony of communications. Communications occur following an all-service approach (e.g. a method is a service) where service registration and invocation occur through a semantic description. The choice of the service that best matches the description of the requested service is performed at the moment of the invocation.

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