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By Samson Abramsky (auth.), Ugo Montanari, Vladimiro Sassone (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the refereed complaints of the seventh foreign convention on Concurrency idea, CONCUR '96, held in Pisa, Italy, in August 1996.
The quantity provides 37 revised complete papers chosen from a complete of 133 submissions; additionally integrated are seven invited papers. The contributions are grouped into topical sections on technique algebras, specific methods, the pi-calculus, decidability and complexity, chance, practical and constraint programming, Petri nets, verification, automata and causality, useful types, and shared-memory systems.

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Likewise, the CBM(B) = 1 and the CBM(C) = 1. To calculate the CBMC values for each component, the intra-module couplings are eliminated as shown in Fig. 4. Again, the direction of the arrows is ignored, but the number of classes involved is not. In this case, the CBMC value for component A is 5 and denoted by CBMC(A) = 5. Similarly, the CBMC(B) = 4 and the CBMC(C) = 2. Retaining the direction of the coupling arrows provides another useful view of the coupling between modules and the degree of the coupling between two components along the direction of the coupling.

Hence, it has interactions with the Mediator component and the Server component. 3 Guidelines A set of design guidelines for the VQI was derived based on the properties of intra-module coupling, the client-server architectural style and the mediator design EVALUATING SOFTWARE ARCHITECTURES 23 pattern. The following guidelines represent sample design guidelines that are specific to the VQI system: • [DG2] The Server should contain no references to the Client (since the server does not initiate communication with the clients).

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