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Inversion of control - the Impedance Mismatch of Integrated Engineering Design Systems

by Program Planning and Controls at Niwot Ridge Consulting on Aug 23, 2013

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This technical note describes an issue in the integration ...

This technical note describes an issue in the integration
of commercial off the shelf (COTS) components.
This issue is a member of the Impedance Mismatch
problems found when commercial off the shelf
components are assembled into systems.
This mismatch occurs when event, control sequence,
or data semantics of two or more participating application
domains are mismatched.

During the system integration process the impedance
mismatch must be addressed through some means,
either through an integration layer which hides the
mismatch or through an integrating service, such as
CORBA, which facilitates the impedance adaptation
between the applications.

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