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Obtaining the Benefits of Predictable Assembly from Certifiable Components (PACC)

  • August 2005
  • By Kurt C. Wallnau
  • PACC combines the complementary features of software architecture technology and software component technology to improve both engineering productivity and product quality in the design and implementation of quality-critical software systems.
  • Software Architecture
  • Publisher: Software Engineering Institute
  • Abstract

    Predictable Assembly from Certifiable Components (PACC) combines the complementary features of software architecture technology and software component technology to improve both engineering productivity and product quality in the design and implementation of quality-critical software systems. With PACC, your organization can develop software systems that are predictable by design and by construction and that are composed from objectively trustworthy software components. With PACC, you can put into the hands of practicing software engineers the power of state-of-the-art analysis tools for performance, safety, reliability (and soon, security). You can use these tools to optimize the quality of your systems and manage design risk as your systems push the envelope of what can be achieved in software.

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