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Gregory Abowd
May 2007 - White Paper SAAM: A Method for Analyzing the Properties of Software Architectures

Topics: Software Architecture

Authors: Gregory Abowd, Len Bass, Rick Kazman, Mike Webb (Texas Instruments)

This paper describes three perspectives by which we can understand the description of a software architecture and proposes a five-step method for analyzing software architectures called SAAM (Software Architecture Analysis Method).

January 1997 - Technical Report Recommended Best Industrial Practice for Software Architecture Evaluation

Topics: Software Architecture

Authors: Gregory Abowd, Len Bass, Paul C. Clements, Rick Kazman, Linda M. Northrop, Amy Zaremski

This report details the results of two workshops on software architecture evaluation, held at the SEI in 1996.

November 1996 - White Paper Scenario-Based Analysis of Software Architecture

Topics: Software Architecture

Authors: Gregory Abowd, Len Bass, Paul C. Clements, Rick Kazman

This paper presents an experiential case study illustrating the methodological use of scenarios to gain architecture-level understanding and predictive insight into large, real-world systems in various domains.

April 1995 - White Paper An Architectural Analysis Case Study: Internet Information Systems

Topics: Software Architecture

Authors: Gregory Abowd, Len Bass, Paul C. Clements, Rick Kazman

This paper presents a method for analyzing systems for nonfunctional qualities from the perspective of their software architecture and applies this method to the field of Internet information systems (IISs).

April 1995 - White Paper An Architectural Analysis Case Study:Internet Information Systems

Authors: Gregory Abowd, Len Bass, Paul C. Clements, Rick Kazman

This paper presents a method for analyzing systems for nonfunctional qualities from the perspective of their software architecture and applies this method to the field of Internet information systems (IISs).

August 1993 - Technical Report Structural Modeling: An Application Framework and Development Process for Flight Simulators

Topics: Software Architecture

Authors: Gregory Abowd, Len Bass, Larry Howard, Linda M. Northrop

This paper presents the structural modeling approach, an application framework and development process for the construction of flight simulators.