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Jeromy Carriere
May 2012 - Presentation Panel Discussion: 20 Years of Architecture, Jeromy Carriere

Authors: Jeromy Carriere

Jeromy Carriere's slides from the panel discussion on 20 Years of Architecture at the SATURN 2012 conference, May 7-11, 2012, St. Petersburg, FL.

May 2012 - Presentation 100 People and a Great Idea: Culture and Architecture for Corporate Startups

Authors: Jeromy Carriere

A presentation from the Certification and Culture track at SATURN 2012, May 7-11, 2012, in St. Petersburg, FL.

May 2011 - Presentation Low Ceremony Architecture

Authors: Jeromy Carriere

This presentation from SATURN 2011 shows how and when investments in architecture can pay the greatest dividends.

April 2009 - Presentation A Framework for Making Architectural Decisions in a Business Context (SATURN 2009)

Authors: Jeromy Carriere, Rick Kazman, Ipek Ozkaya

Presentation given at SATURN 2009, which was held in Pittsburgh, PA in May 2009.

May 2007 - Presentation An Architecture Journey

Authors: Jeromy Carriere

In this SATURN 2007 keynote presentation, Jeromy Carrière discusses how several varied experiences – from telecommunications, academia, dot com, etc. – have shaped the field of software architecture.

March 2000 - Special Report Software Architecture Documentation in Practice: Documenting Architectural Layers

Topics: Software Architecture

Authors: Felix Bachmann, Len Bass, Jeromy Carriere, Paul C. Clements, David Garlan, James Ivers, Robert Nord, Reed Little

The 2000 report lays out our approach and organization for the book-in-planning titled Software Architecture Documentation in Practice, and provides guidance for the layer diagram.

July 1998 - Technical Report The Architecture Tradeoff Analysis Method

Topics: Software Architecture

Authors: Rick Kazman, Mark H. Klein, Mario R. Barbacci, Thomas A. Longstaff, Howard F. Lipson, Jeromy Carriere

This 2008 paper presents the Architecture Tradeoff Analysis Method (ATAM), a structured technique for understanding the tradeoffs inherent in the architectures of software-intensive systems.

June 1998 - White Paper View Extraction and View Fusion in Architectural Understanding

Topics: Software Architecture

Authors: Jeromy Carriere, Rick Kazman

This paper presents a workbench for architectural extraction called Dali, and shows how Dali supports flexible extraction and fusion of architectural information. Its use is described through two extended examples of architectural reconstruction.

May 1998 - Technical Report Steps in an Architecture Tradeoff Analysis Method: Quality Attribute Models and Analysis

Topics: Software Architecture

Authors: Mario R. Barbacci, Peter H. Feiler, Mark H. Klein, Howard F. Lipson, Thomas A. Longstaff, Charles B. Weinstock, Jeromy Carriere

This paper presents some of the steps in an emerging architecture tradeoff analysis method (ATAM).

April 1998 - White Paper The Architecture Tradeoff Analysis Method

Authors: Rick Kazman, Mark H. Klein, Mario R. Barbacci, Thomas A. Longstaff, Howard F. Lipson, Jeromy Carriere

This paper presents the Architecture Tradeoff Analysis Method (ATAM), a structured technique for understanding the tradeoffs inherent in design.

January 1998 - White Paper Requirements for Integrating Software Architecture

Topics: Software Architecture

Authors: Jeromy Carriere, Rick Kazman, Steve Woods

This paper discusses the requirements and a generic framework for the integration of architectural and code-based reengineering tools.

October 1997 - White Paper Assessing Design Quality From a Software Architectural Perspective

Authors: Jeromy Carriere, Rick Kazman

This whitepaper argues that good object oriented designs accrue from attention to both the design of objects and classes and to the architectural framework which defines how instances of those classes interact.

October 1997 - Technical Report Playing Detective: Reconstructing Software Architecture from Available Evidence

Topics: Software Architecture

Authors: Rick Kazman, Jeromy Carriere

This paper presents Dali, an open, lightweight workbench that aids an analyst in extracting, manipulating, and interpreting architectural information.