Metadata-driven software components aggregation process with reuse
by Anis Masmoudi, Gilbert Paquette, Roger Champagne
International Journal of Advanced Media and Communication (IJAMC), Vol. 2, No. 1, 2008

Abstract: Our work aims to improve the reuse of existing software components to build learning and knowledge management applications and systems. In earlier work, we suggested a platform-independent set of metadata that covers the main specifications of software components, called SOftware COmponent Metadata (SOCOM), to reference digital resources in a software components repository. In this paper, we describe an aggregation process that facilitates building new components. This process is driven by metadata and models and is supported by a proposed framework. Our prototype is developed and experimented in the context of the TELOS System, built within the LORNET Project.

Online publication date:: Sun, 09-Dec-2007

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