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Component-Based Software Engineering: Putting the Pieces Together (ACM Press) (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 18. Juni 2001

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  • Gebundene Ausgabe: 880 Seiten
  • Verlag: Addison Wesley Pub Co Inc (18. Juni 2001)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0201704854
  • ISBN-13: 978-0201704853
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 19,8 x 4 x 24,2 cm
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Software components are increasingly central to efficient, cost-effective software development. In this book, the world's leading experts on component software development come together to present the field's state of the art, and to offer new insights into the key challenges of component architecture and reuse. With original contributions by leaders such as Ivar Jacobson, Martin Griss, Len Bass, Paul Clements, Don Reifer, and Will Tracz, this carefully edited book is the "first word" on components: a tool for helping practitioners get the most out of all their component-based resources. It offers new insight for deciding whether and how to implement component-based development strategies; as well as a clear understanding of the obstacles to successful component development, and "best practices" responses. The contributors review diverse approaches to component development, present state-of-the-art processes for building component-based systems, and introduce new research directions that will impact component development in the coming decade.

For software developers, designers and architects; business analysts; technology executives; computer science and software engineering researchers; project managers; QA specialists, and other professionals.


Component-Based Software Engineering (CBSE) is now the way to produce software fast, with less effort, of high quality--not just the first time a product is released but for its entire life. More and more it is being applied to industrial strength and mission-critical software. It is becoming the indispensable element in the mainstream of the software world....The book you are now holding is the first handbook-like volume to present this state of the art.

--Ivar Jacobson, from the Foreword

Building large-scale and complex software systems from available parts is an emerging strategy in industry. Its goals, among others, are to consistently increase return on investment and time to market, while assuring higher quality and reliability than can be achieved through current software development. Written by leading experts from around the world, this book presents the latest concepts and practices in CBSE. While detailing both the advantages and the limitations of CBSE, the book's underlying aim is to define this new field, to frame the discussion, and to ensure that managers and engineers have the background they need to ask good questions and make informed decisions about components.

Beginning with some carefully wrought definitions, the book moves on to cover nearly every aspect of component engineering--from software engineering practices to the design of software component infrastructures, technologies, and systems. The book includes specific examples of CBSE successes and failures, and provides a balanced overview of the complexities of the component-based software life cycle.

This timely and comprehensive volume:

  • Explains precisely what CBSE is and why it is as important to software development as the assembly line was to the industrial revolution
  • Shows how to avoid common mistakes while succeeding with difficult and important cultural, budgetary, and process issues
  • Presents new CBSE procedures to ensure good software development practices
  • Describes a layered method for designing and building complex distributed component systems using the Unified Modeling Language
  • Covers common component technologies, such as CORBA CCM, Transactional COM+, EJB, and much more
  • Presents the legal and regulatory challenges of marketing and purchasing components

Component-Based Software Engineering is the most definitive collection of expertise ever assembled on this growing technology, and a book that must be read and referred to by anyone working in CBSE or considering doing so. To provide updates to this book, and to stimulate further discussion of the issues it covers, the editors maintain a Web site dedicated to CBSE (http://www.cbseng.com).



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5 von 5 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Andreas Wintersteiger am 19. März 2002
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
Dieses Werk verschafft nicht nur einen Überblick, es behandelt auch alle wesentlichen Themen in ausreichender Tiefe und Schärfe. Das Buch selbst ist "komponentenorientiert aufgebaut" - es ist eine Sammlung von Beiträgen aller namhaften Autoren auf dem Gebiet der Softwarekomponenten, wobei es den Editoren mit Bravour gelungen ist, alle diese Beiträge in Form von Kapiteln in einen homogenen Stil zu bringen, einheitliche Nomenklatur zu schaffen und das Thema durchgängig zu beleuchten.
Im ersten Teil wird ein "Set of Definitions" entwickelt, das in die Vielzahl der Begriffe aus der heute verfügbaren Literatur Klarheit bringt. In den folgenden Teilen des Buches werden im Detail alle wesentlichen Aspekte des Paradigmas des Komponentenorientierten Softwareengineerings beleuchtet, so zum Beispiel Business Aspekte, Best Practices, Design, Vorgehensmodelle, Architektur,Komponententechnologien, Component Lifecycle-Management, Metriken, Build vs. Buy, bis hin zu rechtlichen Aspekten, einem Blick in die Zukunft und Marktbetrachtungen.
Das Buch eignet sich für all jene, die sich einen umfassenden und state-of-the-art Überblick verschaffen wollen und nicht tonnenweise Bücher Cover-to-Cover lesen wollen genauso wie für jene, die zu einzelnen Themen ihr Wissen vertiefen wollen, oder auch für Leser, die Vergleiche zwischen Modellen, Technologien oder Architekturen anstellen wollen. Es ist nicht für diejenigen gedacht, die Hands-On innerhalb 21 Tagen ein komponentenbasiertes Softwaresystem entwickeln wollen/müssen. Auch wenn einige Technologien, wie COM+, CORBA oder EJB im Detail behandelt werden, so ist dies nur ein Bruchteil des Spektrums dieses Buches.
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24 von 24 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Excellent Anthology 30. Juli 2001
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
This book is an excellent collection of articles describing all of the important issues surrounding the construction of component-based software systems. Each chapter describes a different aspect of the question of how to build a system using reusable components. Although each of these chapters is written by a different author or authors, they have been edited so that they read as a continuous whole. It is interesting that the editors were able to get some of the biggest names in the field to write articles on their specialties. A look at the author biographies show that they include industry practitioners, academics, industrial researchers, and independent consultants. Together they have a very impressive amount of experience and varied expertise. Perhaps my only complaint is that because so many different topics are covered, and each article is rather brief, some of the articles just touch the surface of the issues. But they do provide a balanced picture of these issues which then allow you to go out and do further in-depth reading on salient topics using the included list of references.
12 von 12 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
A definitive reference on the subject 11. September 2001
Von Mike Tarrani - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
This 818 page collection of 42 papers and articles is a definitive work on component-based software engineering. Regardless of your area(s) of interest, there is probably a chapter that addresses it. More importantly, each chapter is written by a top expert in their subspecialty.
Instead of giving a chapter-by-chapter description, I am going to cover the chapters that I found useful. To begin, Part II, chapters 1 through 3 gave me a quick primer in software components and highlighted the need to think in a different frame when dealing with component-based development. If you are new to CBSW then the 48 pages devoted to the basics are worthwhile reading.
Part II's five chapters on making a business and technical case for components is outstanding and the authors cover every facet. I found Part III, which covers software engineering practices, particularly useful. The value to me was the status of CBSW engineering on a global scale because I am currently providing consulting services to an India-based company that specializes in components. For this reason I also found Part IV's eight chapters on managing component-based software systems especially valuable.
The real eye-opener [for me], however, was in Part VIII, which devotes four interesting chapters on aspects of legal and regulatory issues as they related to software development as a discipline, and component-based software engineering specifically. In particular, chapter 38 on software component standards and certification was enlightening. I was also enlightened by chapter 39's fascinating discussion on commercial law applicable to component-based software, and the effects of the Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act (UCITA) on component-based software development and marketing.
This is an excellent book that covers the entire landscape of component-based software engineering and, although is a weighty 818 pages, is not difficult to read through. Each chapter is really a paper or article, so each is standalone. If you are dealing with off-shore development in any way, the book is especially valuable, and if you are doing CBSW in-house, the key differences between this approach and other development approaches are highlighted and will give you sufficient information with which to approach CBSW intelligently and effectively.
3 von 3 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Book Articles 5. August 2007
Von MAURICIO AGUIAR - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
The "Search Inside this Book" feature was not available when this review was posted. This book contains the following (excellent) articles:


1. Definition of Software Component and its Elements.
George T. Heineman, William T. Councill.
2. The Component Industry Metaphor.
Hedley Apperly.
3. Component Models and Component Services: Concepts and Principles.
Rainer Weinreich, Johannes Sametinger.
4. An Example Specification for Implementing a Temperature Regulator Software Component.
Janet Flynt, Jason Mauldin.

5. The Business Case for Software Components.
John Williams.
6. COTS Myths and Other Lessons Learned in Component-Based Software Development.
Will Tracz.
7. Roles for Component-Based Development.
Paul Allen.
8. Common High Risk Mistakes in Component-Based Software Engineering.
Wojtek Kozaczynski.
9. CBSE Success Factors: Integrating Architecture, Process, and Organization.
Martin L. Griss.

10. The Practice of Software Engineering.
George T. Heineman.
11. From Subroutines to Subsystems: Component-Based Software Development.
Paul C. Clements.
12. Status of CBSE in Europe.
Barry McGibbon.
13. CBSE in Japan and Asia.
Mikio Aoyama.

14. Software Components and the UML.
Kelli Houston, Davyd Norris.
15. Component Infrastructures: Placing Software Components in Context.
Steve Latchem.
16. Business Components.
James Carey, Brent Carlson.
17. Components and Connectors: Catalysis Techniques for Defining Component Infrastructures.
Alan Cameron Wills.
18. An Open Process for Component-Based Development.
Brian Henderson-Sellers.
19. Designing Models of Modularity and Integration.
Kevin J. Sullivan.

20. Software Architecture.
Alexander L. Wolf, Judith A. Stafford.
21. Software Architecture Design Principles.
Len Bass.
22. Product-Line Architectures.
Martin L. Griss.

23. Measurement and Metrics for Software Components.
Jeffrey Poulin.
24. The Practical Reuse of Software Components.
Don Reifer.
25. Selecting the Right COTS Software: Why Requirements are Important.
Cornelius Ncube, N.A.M. Maiden.
26. Build vs. Buy: A Rebuttal.
George T. Heineman.
27. Software Component Project Management Processes.
William T. Councill.
28. The Trouble with Testing Software Components.
Elaine Weyuker.
29. Configuration Management and Component Libraries.
Hedley Apperly.
30. The Evolution, Maintenance and Management of Component-Based Systems.
Mark Vigder.

31. Overview of the CORBA Component Model.
Douglas C. Schmidt, Nanbor Wang, Carlos O'Ryan.
32. Transactional COM+: Designing Scalable Applications.
Timothy J. Ewald.
33. The Enterprise JavaBeans Component Model.
David Blevins.
34. Bonobo and Free Software Gnome Components.
Michael Meeks.
35. Choosing Between COM+, EJB, and CCM.
Andy Longshaw.
36. Software Agents as Next Generation Software Components.
Martin L. Griss.

37. CBSE as a Unique Engineering Discipline.
John Speed, William T. Councill, George T. Heineman.
38. The Future of Software Components: Standards and Certification.
Janet Flynt, Manoj Desai.
39. Commercial Law Applicable to Component-Based Software.
Stephen Chow.
40. The Effects of UCITA on Software Component Development and Marketing.
Stephen Chow.

41. Summary.
William T. Councill, George T. Heineman.
42. Future of CBSE.
William T. Councill, George T. Heineman, Jeff Poulin.
Appendix A. Glossary.
About the Authors.

I hope this helps.
2 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Encyclopedic and full of information 25. Dezember 2001
Von Rachel Tozier - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
Covers the full spectrum of component-based software engineering, from the basics to legal aspects. Contains one of the most authoritative collections of essays and whitepapers on the subject between two covers. I have used this book as a basis for component-based development, and have also used it as the foundation for a SQA initiative because the material also addresses quality. Many of the essays support a software reuse strategy, which is an added bonus. Another use of this outstanding book is as a resource for in-house training in many aspects of software engineering outside of the component-based domain. It's that comprehensive and complete. I recommend using this book with Successful Software Development as the two primary references in mature development organizations.
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