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eswars_in
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what are adaptive objects

Hello to the community, I joined recently.
Can anyone give me a brief idea about Adaptive Objects. What purpose they are used , whether they are at design level or at implementation level?
Are there any publication on adaptive objects?

thanks in advance,

thanks n regards,
umamaheswara rao.

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Anup Jani
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Smile Adaptive Object Model

I do not think whether any object exists which is adaptive. There can be certain objects collaborating with each other & thus, forming a model of objects that can exhibit adaptiveness.

Purpose of adaptiveness is to accomodate changes in the business rules. (Like business rule engine with rules fed in XML file). Therefore not to confuse with Adapter object as it is NOT adaptive in nature. BOA & POA of CORBA are adapter objects but they do not adapt to the changing requirements at run time.

Design level or at implementation level?
Objects can exhibit adaptiveness at design level using POLYMORPHISM. Like HONDA extends CAR, so does FERRARI. Tomorrow new model can extend CAR. Speaking of implementation level/run time, how about creating a class called CAR that is associated with another class called "TYPE" (of car) !!?
With this, as the business requirements change, new models can keep coming at run time. This also relates to some patterns directly or indirectly namely: Type Object, Prototype etc...

Are there any publication on adaptive objects?
http://www.adaptiveobjectmodel.com/...fAOMsWICSA3.pdf

Cheers.
Anup Jani.

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