Tuesday, February 26, 2002

A Two-phase Process for Software Architecture Improvement - Krikhaar, Postma, Sellink, Stroucken, Verhoef (ResearchIndex) Software architecture is important for large systems in which it is the main means for, among other things, controlling complexity. Current ideas on software architectures were not available more than ten years ago. Software developed at that time has been deteriorating from an architectural point of view over the years, as a result of adaptations made in the software because of changing system requirements. Parts of the old software are nevertheless still being used in new product lines. To make changes in that software, like adding features, it is imperative to first adapt the software to accommodate those changes.


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