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Grinkrug E. M. In bk.: Computer Science & Information Technology. Second International Conference of Advanced Computer Science & Information Technology (ACSIT 2014), Zurich, Switzerland, June 14-15, 2014. Zürich: AIRCC, 2014. P. 71-87.

The paper presents an extension for the JavaBeans component model that enables creating composed components dynamically, at runtime, without code generation. The composed components created can be used immediately for instantiation having their instances used for execution or for further components composition. The dynamic abilities are supported by extended type implementation based on additional superstructure provided with its Java API implementation and corresponding JavaBeans components. Using the component model and base components it provides, the new component composition is performed by building the composed prototype object that can be dynamically transformed into the new composed instantiable type. The component model can be used when implementing user defined types in declarative languages for event-driven models description.

Added: Jun 18, 2014
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Grinkrug E. M. International Journal of Software Engineering & Applications. 2014. Vol. 5. No. 4. P. 83-101.

This paper presents an approach to dynamic component composition that facilitates creating new composed components using existing ones at runtime and without any code generation. The dynamic abilities are supported by extended type notion and implementation based on additional superstructure provided with its Java API and corresponding JavaBeans components. The new component composition is performed by building the composed prototype object that can be dynamically transformed into the new instantiable type (component). That approach demonstrates interrelations between prototype-based and class-based component-oriented programming. The component model proposed can be used when implementing user-defined types in declarative languages for event-driven applications programming.

Added: Sep 2, 2014