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Component-Based Software Engineering

by Peri L. Tarr

 1998

Consistency Management for Complex Applications
Peri L. Tarr, Lori A. Clarke, 20th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE 1998), Kyoto, Japan, pp. 230-239, April 1998. (UM-CS-1997-046)

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 1996

A Framework for Event-Based Software Integration
Daniel J. Barrett, Lori A. Clarke, Peri L. Tarr, Alexander Wise, IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology, 5(4), pp. 378-421, October 1996. (UM-CS-1996-068)

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Object Management Support for the Construction of Complex Applications
Peri L. Tarr, Doctoral Thesis, Department of Computer Science, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA 01003, September 1996. (THESIS-TARR)

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 1993

PLEIADES: An Object Management System for Software Engineering Environments
Peri L. Tarr, Lori A. Clarke, 1ST ACM SIGSOFT 1993 Symposium on the Foundations of Software Engineering (FSE 1), Los Angeles, CA, pp. 56-70, December 1993. (UM-CS-1993-064)

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 1990

Extending and Limiting PGRAPHITE-style Persistence
Peri L. Tarr, Jack C. Wileden, Lori A. Clarke, 4th International Workshop on Persistent Object Systems, Martha's Vineyard, MA, pp. 74-86, September 1990. (UM-CS-1990-068)

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