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Showing 1 - 10 of 18 results for the Author - paul c. clements , Type - White Paper

White Paper | November 2009 - White Paper An Everyday Example of Architecture Documentation: Subway ... By Paul C. Clements

This white paper explores the idea that subway maps provide a good, common example of architecture documentation and that they might be instructive about good software architecture documentation.

White Paper | April 1995 - White Paper An Architectural Analysis Case Study:Internet Information ... By 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).

White Paper | April 1995 - White Paper An Architectural Analysis Case Study: Internet Information ... By 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).

White Paper | March 1995 - White Paper A Case Study in Assessing the Maintainability of Large ... By Alan W. Brown, David J. Carney, Paul C. Clements

This paper presents a case study in assessing the maintainability of a large, software intensive system. The techniques used are described, and their strengths and weaknesses discussed.

White Paper | March 1996 - White Paper The Gadfly: An Approach to Architectural-Level System ... By Paul C. Clements, Robert W. Krut - Jr., Edwin J. Morris, Kurt C. Wallnau

This paper describes the Gadfly, an approach for developing narrowly-focused, reusable domain models that can be integrated and (re)used to aid in the process of top-down system comprehension.

White Paper | March 1996 - White Paper A Survey of Architecture Description Languages By Paul C. Clements

This paper summarizes a taxonomic survey of ADLs that is in progress. Preliminary results allow conclusions to be drawn about what constitutes an ADL, and how contemporary ADLs differ.

White Paper | April 1995 - White Paper Understanding Architectural Influences and Decisions in ... By Paul C. Clements

This paper discusses the approach taken in a pilot study to uncover the correlation, if any, between architectural influences and architectural decisions in large-scale, software-intensive development projects.

White Paper | November 1996 - White Paper Scenario-Based Analysis of Software Architecture By 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.

White Paper | March 1996 - White Paper The Gadfly: An Approach to Architectural-Level System ... By Paul C. Clements, Edwin J. Morris, Kurt C. Wallnau

This paper describes the Gadfly, an approach for developing narrowly-focused, reusable domain models that can be integrated and (re)used to aid in the process of top-down system comprehension.

White Paper | September 1995 - White Paper Assessing the Quality of Large, Software-Intensive Systems: A ... By Alan W. Brown, David J. Carney, Paul C. Clements, B. Craig Meyers, Dennis B. Smith, Nelson W. Weiderman, William G. Wood

This paper presents a case study in carrying out an audit of a large, software-intensive system.