2010
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-11623-0_24
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Abstract: Abstract. In this paper we study the interconnection between relationships and roles. We start from the patterns used to introduce relationships in object oriented languages, and we show how the role model proposed in powerJava can be used to define roles. In particular, we focus on how to implement roles in an abstract way in objects representing relationships, and to specify the interconnections between the roles. Abstract roles cannot be instantiated. To participate in a relationship, objects have to extend… Show more

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“…Other organisation attributes and processes, such as environmental interaction, or roles [5,13], entities, and the relationships between them [6], are orthogonal to our purpose in this article. We therefore do not consider other issues discussed in the literature, such as explicit temporal references in the commitments, roles of the agents, teams and groups, organisational dynamics, procedural norms [14] and culture [36].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Other organisation attributes and processes, such as environmental interaction, or roles [5,13], entities, and the relationships between them [6], are orthogonal to our purpose in this article. We therefore do not consider other issues discussed in the literature, such as explicit temporal references in the commitments, roles of the agents, teams and groups, organisational dynamics, procedural norms [14] and culture [36].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%