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Risk Themes from ATAM Data: Preliminary Results

  • April 2006
  • By Len Bass, Robert Nord, William G. Wood
  • In this 2006 presentation, Len Bass, Robert Nord, and William G. Wood of the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) present a preliminary analysis of the results of a collection of ATAMs.
  • Publisher: Software Engineering Institute
  • This presentation was created for a conference series or symposium and does not necessarily reflect the positions and views of the Software Engineering Institute.
  • Abstract

    ATAM is a method for evaluating a software architecture against business goals. The architecture identifies a number of risks that the architecture will not meet its goals and these risks are rolled up into a collection of "risk themes". This talk presents a preliminary analysis of the results of a collection of ATAMs. The articulated business goals are categorized as are the risk themes. The risk themes are compared to the business goals articulated and some patterns are identified.

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