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      AUTHOR = {Allen, Robert and Garlan, David},
      TITLE = {Formalizing Architectural Connection},
      YEAR = {1994},
      MONTH = {May},
      BOOKTITLE = {Proceedings of the Sixteenth International Conference on Software Engineering},
      KEY = {Allen},
      PAGES = {71-80},
      ADDRESS = {Sorrento, Italy},
      PDF = {http://acme.able.cs.cmu.edu/pubs/uploads/pdf/AG94.pdf},
      ABSTRACT = {As software systems become more complex the overall system structure, or software architecture, becomes a central design problem. An important step towards an engineering discipline of software is a formal basis for describing and analyzing these designs. In this paper we present a theory for one aspect of architectural description: the interactions between components. the key idea is to define architectural connectors as explicit semantic entities. These are specified as a collection of protocols that characterize each of the participant roles in an interaction and how these roles interact. We illustrate how this scheme can be used to define a variety of common architectural connectors. We provide a formal semantics and show how this leads to a sound deductive system in which architectural compatibility can be checked in a way analogous to type checking in programming languages.},
      NOTE = {Awarded ICSE2004 Best Paper (ICSE-10)},
      KEYWORDS = {Formal Methods, Landmark, Software Architecture}
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