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eBook A Holistic Method for Assessing Software Product Line Architectures ePub

by Femi Olumofin

  • ISBN: 3836422905
  • Category: Programming
  • Subcategory: Computers
  • Author: Femi Olumofin
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: VDM Verlag Dr. Mueller e.K. (September 5, 2007)
  • Pages: 100
  • ePub book: 1131 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1149 kb
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A holistic architecture assessment method for software product lines. FG Olumofin, VB Mišić. A Holistic Method for Assessing Software Product Line Architectures.

A holistic architecture assessment method for software product lines. Information and Software Technology 49 (4), 309-323, 2007.

Femi G. Olumofin A Holistic Method for Assessing Software Product Line Architectures: Rationale, Concepts, Stages, and Case Studies. ISBN 13: 9783639414103. A Holistic Method for Assessing Software Product Line Architectures: Rationale, Concepts, Stages, and Case Studies.

The new method, labeled Holistic Product Line Architecture Assessment (HoPLAA), uses a holistic approach that .

The new method, labeled Holistic Product Line Architecture Assessment (HoPLAA), uses a holistic approach that focuses on risks and quality attribute tradeoffs - not only for the common product line architecture, but for the individual product architectures as well. In addition, it prescribes a qualitative analytical treatment of variation points using scenarios. cle{Olumofin2007AHA, title {A holistic architecture assessment method for software product lines}, author {Femi G. Olumofin and Vojislav B. Misic}, journal {Information & Software Technology}, year {2007}, volume {49}, pages {309-323} }. Femi G. Olumofin, Vojislav B. Misic.

The success of development of software product lines is critically dependent upon the availability of suitable architecture assessment methods.

This book deals with the problem of assessing, analyzing or evaluating product line architectures. It characterizes such architectures from the point of view of architecture analysis and describes a holistic method for completing the assessment. Case studies and discussions help readers use the approach described in their own projects. This book is addressed to professional software architects and developers building or planning to build software product lines. Издания произведения: ISBN

The quest for more productive ways of developing high quality software has been ongoing and software product lines promises to improve product quality and the development speed at a fraction of the cost.

The quest for more productive ways of developing high quality software has been ongoing and software product lines promises to improve product quality and the development speed at a fraction of the cost. Common examples of product lines in other areas include mobile phones, cars, consumer electronic devices such as TVs and the like.

The author proposes a method for designing software architectures, and product line architectures, which is. .

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Keywords: software architecture evaluation, software product line architecture, ATAM (Architecture .

Keywords: software architecture evaluation, software product line architecture, ATAM (Architecture Tradeoff Analysis Method). Contents 1. Introduction. Software architecture practices are increasingly finding wider applicability and significance in most software development process as the key area for controlling software quality such as performance, reliability, modifiability, and availability. The architecture exerts even a greater influence on product quality in the case of software product line architecture where it assumes a dual form – the core architecture or product line architecture (PLA) and the individual product architectures (PA). Information and Software Technology, 49(4), 309–323. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Poels, . & Dedene, G. (1999). Washington, DC: IEEE Computer Society.

The quest for more productive ways of developing high quality software has been ongoing and software product lines promises to improve product qua­li­ty and the development speed at a fraction of the cost. Common examples of product lines in other areas include mobile phones, cars, consumer electronic devices such as TVs and the like. The products in a product line all share some common features and there are some features that are specific to some pro­ducts only. Crucial to this approach is the large-scale reuse of the product line software architecture. This book deals with the problem of assessing, analyzing or evaluating product line architectures. It characterizes such archi­tectures from the point of view of architecture analysis and describes a ho­lis­tic method for completing the assessment. Case studies and discussions help readers use the approach described in their own projects. This book is addres­sed to professional software architects and developers building or planning to build software product lines. It is also directed to­wards researchers in Software Architectures and Software Product Lines.