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Showing 1 - 6 of 6 results for the software product lines inmeta:gsataxonomyoutput~Service Oriented Architecture

Technical Note | May 2010 - Technical Note Managing Variation in Services in a Software Product Line ... By Sholom G. Cohen, Robert W. Krut - Jr.

This report highlights the mutual benefits of combining systematic reuse approaches from product line development with flexible approaches for implementing business processes in a service oriented architecture.

Presentation | September 2006 - Presentation Service Oriented Architectures and Product Lines - What is the ... By Robert W. Krut - Jr.

Presented at The 11th International Software Product Line Conference (SPLC 2007), held from September 10-14, 2007, in Kyoto, Japan.

Brochure | January 2013 - Brochure RTSS Training Course Catalog

Course descriptions and logistical information for SEI courses in software architecture, software product lines, and SOA.

Brochure | May 2011 - Brochure The SEI Research, Technology, and System Solutions (RTSS) ...

This brochure is an overview of the RTSS Program, including both new research and areas of established expertise.

Podcast | December 2012 - Podcast Architecting Service-Oriented Systems By Grace Lewis

Grace Lewis discusses general guidelines for architecting service-oriented systems, how common service-oriented system components support these principles, and the effect these principles and their implementation have on system quality attributes.

Brochure | September 2011 - Brochure Attacking Network and Software Complexities: Tools for the ...

This brochure was produced for the 2011 LandWarNet conference and summarizes the SEI's efforts in the areas of software security and software-reliant systems