Showing 1 - 8 of 8 results for Publish Year - 2000 Software Product Lines
This 2000 report provides background information to inform other reports in an SEI-published series of reports designed to provide concise and usable information about product line acquisition practices.
This report synthesizes the presentations and discussions of the Third Department of Defense Product Line Practice Workshop held in March 2000.
This report synthesizes the presentations and discussions from the 1999 Product Line Practice Workshop, which described practices and issues associated with tool support for software product lines.
This 2000 report provides guidance for DoD organizations for mining legacy systems to obtain core assets that will fit into a previously defined software architecture for a product line.
This paper presents the Architecture Based Design (ABD) method for designing the high-level software architecture for a product line or long-lived system.
This report elaborates an example of the application of the ABD (Architecture-Based Design) method to designing software architecture.
This report describes the application of the ATAM (Architecture Tradeoff Analysis Method) to evaluate a reference architecture for ground-based command and control systems.
This report describes a series of Quality Attribute Workshops (QAWs) that were conducted on behalf of a government agency during its competitive acquisition of a complex, tactical, integrated command and control system.