Objects, components, and the virtual enterprise (workshop report)

Paddy Nixon, S Dobson

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    Abstract

    We are currently witnessing a convergence of several threads of technology and business imperatives. The idea of a virtual enterprise (VE) – a business built from both organizationally and geographically distributed units – is becoming an area of increasing interest to both computer scientists and business people. The Objects, Components and the Virtual Enterprise workshop at OOPSLA 98 investigated the role of Object/Component analysis, design and programming in the realization of the VE. The workshop addressed topics including lifecycle models, case studies, HCI, object renaming, and software architectures VEs.
    LanguageEnglish
    Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication
    Pages0.29-A29
    Number of pages1
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    Publication statusPublished - 2008
    EventAddendum to the 1998 Proceedings of the Conference on Object-oriented Programming, Systems, Languages and Applications - Vancouver, Canada
    Duration: 1 Jan 2008 → …

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    ConferenceAddendum to the 1998 Proceedings of the Conference on Object-oriented Programming, Systems, Languages and Applications
    Period1/01/08 → …

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