Invented by Raju Chiluvuri, Chiluvuri Raju
The Chiluvuri Raju invention works as followsA large software program is made up of many modules that exchange or communicate data with one another. Each module implements interfaces to facilitate communication between them. It is necessary to create communication codes to enable communication and collaboration between them. The communication code that facilitates communication between interfaces is manually created and managed to allow modules to collaborate. It is possible to develop tools, methods and mechanisms that automate the various tasks and activities required to create and maintain the communication code. The current invention discloses novel tools, methods, or mechanisms that facilitate communication between modules by allowing modules to communicate through their interfaces. Interfaces provide information that facilitates communication between interfaces (e.g. Look-up keys are the new tools that allow you to locate each pair of interfaces. two interfaces that must communicate with one another and facilitate communication between them.
Background for Making communication interfaces usable through the use of mechanisms that include exchange/broker communication interfaces.
Dr. Douglas Mcllroy’s speech to the?1968 NATO Software Engineering Conference?” on?Mass-produced software components? it is widely believed that he was responsible for launching the ‘Software Engineering? Research for CBD/CBE (Component Based Design, Engineering, and Development for Software) (or?CBSE?) Software engineering research has largely been focused on reusable parts (e.g. API, Libraries, and packages are all used to increase code reuse (e.g. These pre-built libraries and packages contain modules or components. The ultimate goal is to create new/custom applications using pre-built COTS components (e.g. Modules or parts such as Libraries, APIs, or Packages. The main focus of the research has been to invent components or modules having desirable properties such that they are non-context-specific, standardized, generic, highly flexible, and configurable, for example (i) to be reusable in diverse kinds of applications and/or (ii) to make the component easy to reuse by being flexible enough to configure for each application.
Reuse is the primary benefit or purpose of reusable parts. It is possible to create new types of parts that have additional benefits to reuse. It is possible to create new types of parts that can be used in large applications as well as for maintaining them at lower cost and with less complexity. You can create new types of components that serve a different purpose but offer unique benefits. The new type of modules or components addresses issues that aren’t addressed by other types of software components/modules.
Summary for engineering paradigm to design or build physical products (such cars, computers, cell phones, airplanes TVs, ACs printers, machines and factory machinery to name a few). In short: Any large product (e.g. FIG. FIG. FIG. 28b ). Each module is individually designed, created and tested. After each module has been tested and created, it is possible to build the product using a process or method called assembly. This allows you to combine or create the modules. Each module must be able to be assembled or plugged in in order to use the assembly method.
Each module that can be assembled or plugged in is called a component. Components are parts or modules that are designed to be used in conjunction with physical products. In order to create and build software products or applications, it is important to develop an equivalent engineering paradigm. This involves inventing tools and methods to create multiple modules and to build each product using a method that is similar to assembling. It is also necessary to invent modules that are equivalent to the components and can be assembled by using a method (e.g. Each module must be designed so that it can be assembled using the same method as assembling.
In the contexts of many products such as cars and computers, cell phones, TVs and bikes, as well as medical equipment like MRI machines and CT-scan machines, we know that the CBD/CBE (Component Based Design and/or Engineering), of any large or complex product, is composed of three steps. (i) The product is divided into components. (iii). Each component is designed, built and tested separately. (iii). Once all components have been built and tested, the product is assembled using assembling. Each electronic module, such as computer or cell-phones is assembled by plugging it into a PCB board such as a motherboard, system-board or etc.
Component-Based Engineering and Component-Based Design (CBD), in the context for the engineering paradigm for physical products, offer another perspective: The use of physical CBD-products (e.g. “Component-Based Design (CBD) and Component-Based Engineering (CBE) in the context of the engineering paradigm for physical products: Physical CBD-products (e.g. Each of these parts has a unique set of characteristics and serves different purposes. Some parts (e.g. Most of the ‘ingredient-parts? They are ideal for reuse, and other parts, such as components, are designed to serve other purposes like superior modularization.
In the contexts of physical products, component parts are not a substitute or replacement for ingredient-parts because each component is created using ingredient-parts. Materials such as cement, steel, silicon, aluminum, and other metals. Using components/CBD, or not using them, might have no effect on the quantity and mass of materials used in physical products. There would be no difference between a small product that has been divided into three parts and a smaller product that does not have any partitions. The number of lines required to implement an application might be reduced by converting a few modules into pluggable modules. Buildings are not constructed by assembling parts. However, this would not reduce the material required even if each component can be built individually and the building is built by assembling all the pieces. It takes the same amount of materials to build all components of a building.
The total cost and complexity (or cost) of a product includes (i) the cost of all parts needed to make it and (ii), the cost and complexity involved in assembling all of the parts necessary to make it. Pluggable modules or components are used to increase modularization (or loose coupling), and reduce the cost of composition. Every physical product, such as cars, computers, machinery and airplanes, can be plugged into modular modules. Every product, including computers, airplanes, machines, and cars, is modularized through the partitioning of components into component-parts. Each component-part is made from ingredient-parts. Each large product is made up of several types of parts. Some parts are composed of others, while other parts are assembled or plugged into to make the product. The simplest way to assemble a part is to simply plug it in.
Although it is desirable that physical components can be reused, some of the advantages of component-parts are: (i) the ability to disassemble or unplug large components (e.g. Jet-engine with many sub-components to fix any issues and then reassemble large components (after testing them individually outside of the product). Physical components offer other benefits than reuse, such as the ease with which each component can be assembled to make the CBE-product. Components can also be disassembled easily for maintenance (e.g. You can also redesign or fix any flaws or replace it with a better one. It is possible to replace a part easily (e.g. This is useful for extending the product’s life at a lower price.
For instance, if an experimental spacecraft or fighter jet is constructed by assembling unique components, it is probable that many of the large core parts and coupling interfaces are custom-designed. Although large core components cannot be reused, all components are assembled so that they have predefined, loosely coupled custom interfaces that allow for replacement (i.e. It is easy to disassemble and reassemble the unit. This is a desirable property, i.e. This property (i.e. the ability to be easily removed and reassembled) in physical parts is desirable because each component can also be disassembled for testing and redesign outside of the product. To repair or improve.
One of the best ways to assemble physical components is to be able plug in (and unplug), each component into sockets on a PCB (Printed Circuit Board). For example, components such as the CPU, DRAM and Power Supply, CD-Player or Network Card, as well the Hard Disk, are plugged into the appropriate sockets on the motherboard. Software modules, such as. Components or parts can have virtual interfaces of pins/plugs that are pluggable through inventing mechanisms, tools (e.g. Software motherboard having virtual sockets), which are the virtual equivalent of computer motherboards with their physical sockets.
The applicant’s earlier patents U.S. Patent Nos. Nos. 7,827,527 (and 7,840,937) disclosed methods for creating reusable GUI class (for a GUIAP) that are capable of encapsulating large GUI parts (that is, using many reusable GUI Classes to include GUI subcomponents in a single class) in a replaceable. It is possible to create new types of software components that are not necessarily reusable. However, they can be used for other purposes or provide benefits not available in any other software components. The key benefit of physical component-parts are that they can either directly or indirectly increase the level of these useful factors: (i.e., division-of labor, (ii., specialization and (iii., mechanization). Automation in the case of software development. These factors will be referred to as “3-CBE-factors”.
The patents of U.S. Patent Applicants” Nos. Nos. Each RSCC for Software shares the same unique characteristics (e.g. Being Replaceable and Self-Contained) is universally shared by functional parts for physical products. These patents are referenced in this disclosure and provide background. The components of physical products are limited by the laws of nature. However, the applicant found that software allows for greater flexibility in the creation of pluggable modules. These modules can be either component-parts that can be assembled or disassembled, or ingredient-parts that are perfect for reuse. It is not necessary that the modules described in this application be self-contained.
The development of any software application or product involves a variety of activities. These include (i) partitioning the application into different modules, (ii), designing and developing each module, and (iii). Incorporating each module in the application with the necessary communication code (to allow for collaboration between the module, other parts of the app) The applicant’s earlier patents focused on modularization. For example, they disclosed methods to identify self-contained modules with minimal communication dependencies and to encapsulate each module in a replacement container. By minimizing module coupling dependencies, the communication code can be reduced for each module.
This application reveals a completely new activity: to create and manage communication codes between different types of modules or parts within the application. Each software application or software product’s development involves steps like adding (or removing) modules to the application, and creating communication codes for each module to allow collaboration with or communication with other parts or modules. Each software product or software application requires maintenance. This includes steps to modify or redesign one or more modules and to maintain the communication code for each of those modules to allow for changes to other modules or parts of the application. Software engineering accounts for 80% of the work. This is because it is necessary to adapt to changing technologies and/or learn from use-cases.
Modularization is a way to increase productivity in designing, engineering, developing, or building software applications. It allows you to identify smaller cohesive modules with fewer dependencies and creates a more efficient design. During maintenance) of dependencies (i.e. Each module must communicate with the other modules and parts of the application to enable collaboration. Prior patents by the applicant were focused on the identification of better cohesive modules in each application. Modules that are self-contained reduce dependencies. A better modularization of applications reduces or simplifies communication dependencies (e.g. Communication code or links between modules of the application that allow collaboration
Applications often use modules that are not self-contained. For example, most reusable modules (e.g. Most reusable modules (e.g., from third-party sources) are not self-contained nor coherent. Applications may also create and use customized modules that are not self-contained or cohesive. This patent application is about automating tasks or activities necessary to create, track, manage, and document communication dependencies (or dependencies, or links in short), between modules in the application. The dependencies (e.g. required communication code) allows collaboration between modules and other modules. Automating the creation and managing of dependencies can reduce the complexity and cost of an application.
According to software research papers, as much as 80% of software engineering effort goes into maintaining and changing software. This could be to create a better/newer version, or to meet new business requirements or comply with government regulations. This is especially true for software that has been successful and needs to be maintained or updated over many years. Software experts agree that large components or modules that are easily adaptable to evolving or changing requirements (e.g. Reusable components/modules are just as useful as those that can be easily modified to meet changing or evolving requirements (e.g., business needs). It is therefore desirable to create new types of components/modules/mechanics that can be easily modified by modifying its source code to meet changing needs.
Software engineering and the design of software applications can be benefited from experience gained in the established field of industrial engineering for physical products. Many automobile designers want to make it easy to access the parts that require frequent maintenance or servicing. This is to reduce ownership costs and maximize customer satisfaction. It is important to replace worn-out parts, such as brake pads, easily in automobiles. Brake-pads and oil-filter Computer parts, such as parts (e.g. DRAM, CPU, or Hard Drive etc.) It can be upgraded to increase the life or usefulness of the computer. It is easier to remove a component (e.g. This is known as disassembly, unplugging or reattachment. Such components are considered to have the best service-access. A high level of service access is desirable. (or ?replaceability?) Each part that is likely to need frequent maintenance (e.g. DRAM, Hard Drives, CD-players, and CPU to meet the changing and growing needs of the owner (e.g.
Components with a high level of autonomy (e.g. “Components that can be unplugged or replugged in offer some benefits, which have been proven very useful in design, engineering, and maintenance. You can reduce your total cost of ownership and get a higher return on your investment by increasing the life expectancy. These benefits include: An increase in autonomy of a part can either directly or indirectly allow for an increase in (i) division of labor, (iii), specialization and (iiii) mechanization/automation. Every software application today has many types of parts or modules. To allow communication between modules and other parts of the software application, it is necessary to manually implement communication codes for each one. Automating various tasks and activities involved in creating and managing the communication code is an option.
Users (i.e., users) are better at communicating what they want when designing software applications. As humans, we are all capable of articulating what we like and dislike (when the solution is given to us and when we start using it). Professional users, such as. Thought leaders are skilled at suggesting improvements or new features to an application that they’ve used. Engineering a new product requires constant improvement. This often involves little-to-no refinement to overcome flaws.Click here to view the patent on Google Patents.