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This 2005 report describes the concepts needed when creating core assets with included variability. These concepts provide guidelines to core asset creators on how to model the variability explicitly, so it is handled consistently throughout the product line and managing the variability becomes feasible.
This document describes the activities and practices in which an organization must be competent before it can benefit from fielding a product line of software systems.
At this 2012 event, Felix Bachmann discussed the concepts used by an Architecture Tradeoff Analysis Method (ATAM) that make an evaluation successful, which can be integrated into the architecture design process to ensure the creation of successful systems.
In this 2009 webinar, Felix Bachmann discusses how using the Architecture Tradeoff Analysis Method (ATAM) can help identify risks early in a product's life cycle.
This paper presents the Architecture Based Design (ABD) method for designing the high-level software architecture for a product line or long-lived system.
In this episode, Felix Bachmann and James McHale discuss their work on a project between the SEI and Bursatec to create a reliable and fast new trading system for Groupo Bolsa Mexicana de Valores, the Mexican Stock Exchange.
The report describes SACAM, a method that provides rationale for an architecture selection process by comparing the fitness of architecture candidates for required systems.
This presentation on software architecture and the TSP was delivered by Felix Bachmann, Jim McHale, and Robert Nord at the SEI's SATURN 2011 workshop.
In this webinar, we will show how the SEI's architecture methods can be used to improve an existing software system.
This paper presents experience with explicitly managing variability within a software architecture.