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Invasive composition for the evolution of a health information system

Submitted by holger on Mon, 2011/02/28 - 13:58
TitleInvasive composition for the evolution of a health information system
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2011
AuthorsMejia, I, Südholt, M, Benavides Navarro, LD
Conference NameVariability & Composition (VariComp)
Date Published03
Conference LocationPernambuco Brazil
KeywordsAspect-oriented programming, Distributed systems, Health information systems, Invasive software composition

{I}n this paper we show that some of the evolution tasks in {O}pen{MRS}, a health information system, may require the invasive modification of interfaces and implementations in order to offer an appropriate modularization. {W}e introduce a new composition framework in {J}ava that supports the definition of expressive pattern-based invasive compositions. {F}ur thermore, we show that the composition framework allows us to concisely define an evolution scenario of {O}pen{MRS} that supports the consolidation of patient data from differ- ent remote instances.

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