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Architecture-Led Safety Analysis (ALSA) is a safety analysis method that uses early architecture knowledge to supplement traditional safety analysis techniques to identify faults as early as possible.
Use this form to nominate an individual or team for the Linda M. Northrop Software Architecture Award. The winner will be announced at SATURN 2017.
This brochure describes the SEI methods of evaluating architecture, which are informed by working directly with dozens of organizations over the past 20 years.
This infosheet describes the benefits of and requirements for taking the Software Architecture Design and Analysis course.
This information sheet describes the Software Architecture: Principles and Practices course. The course emphasizes the business/mission context in which systems are designed.
This report describes the Error Model Annex, Version 2 (EMV2), notation for architecture fault modeling, which supports safety, reliability, and security analyses.
This report summarizes an architecture-led safety analysis of the aircraft-survivability situation-awareness system for the Joint Multi-Role vertical lift program.
This paper presents a reference architecture for big data systems that is focused on addressing typical national defense requirements and that is vendor-neutral.
This talk shares a perspective on the history of software architecture, challenges and trends influencing the need for change, and applicable research and practices.
This report describes a method for capturing information from requirements documents in AADL and the draft Requirement Definition & Analysis Language Annex.