XmlObject - Adaptive Object Model

Better Designs Faster

[Foote & Yoder 1997]

Brian Foote and Joseph Yoder

Big Ball of Mud

Fourth Conference on Patterns Languages of Programs (PLoP '97/EuroPLoP '97)
Monticello, Illinois, September 1997

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Kent Beck

Extreme Programming Explained

Addison-Wesley, ISBN 0-201-61641-6

[Yoder & Johnson 2002]

Joseph W. Yoder & Ralph Johnson

The Adaptive Object-Model Architectural Style

The Refactory, Inc. and
Software Architecture Group –
Department of Computer Science
Univ. Of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Urbana, IL 61801

[Blaha 2004]

Michael R. Blaha

A Copper Bullet for Software Quality Improvement.

IEEE Computer 37(2): 21-25 (2004)

[Brooks 1986]

Fred Brooks

No Silver Bullet - essence and accident in software Engineering

 Proceedings of the IFIP Tenth World Computing Conference, pp. 1069-1076, 1986.

Hanten 2006

Steve Hanten

An Adaptive Object Model for Parsing NACHA Payment Files

MSSE Class of 2006

A very good implementation of an Adaptive Object Model created by a classmate of mine.