Showing 1 - 10 of 47 results for the software architecture Type - White Paper
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.
This paper outlines experiences with using economic criteria to make architecture design decisions.
This doctoral thesis, completed at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, focuses on software architecture practices for systems of systems, including data-intensive systems.
This paper presents an approach to capturing and assessing software architectures for evolution and reuse.
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.
This paper discusses the requirements and a generic framework for the integration of architectural and code-based reengineering tools.
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.
In this paper, Peter Feiler describes the AADL, an industry standard for modeling and analyzing the architecture of software-reliant systems.
This position paper first presents a set of requirements that an ideal tool for architectural design and analysis, and then presents a tool—called SAAMtool—that meets most, but not all, of these requirements.
The workshop on Leadership and Management in Software Architecture that took place at ICSE 2008 was focused on understanding these non-technical duties and the type of support an architect should expect from an organization.