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Architecting in the Face of Uncertainty: An Experience Report

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Architecting in the Face of Uncertainty: An Experience Report
Understanding an application's functional and nonfunctional requirements is normally seen as essential for developing a robust product suited to client needs. This paper describes our experiences in a project that, by necessity, commenced well before concrete client requirements could be known. After a first version of the application was successfully released, emerging requirements forced an evolution of the application architecture. The key reasons for this are explained, along with the architectural strategies and software engineering practices that were adopted. The resulting application architecture is highly flexible, modifiable and scalable, and therefore should provide a solid foundation for the duration of the application's lifetime.
Ian Gorton, Jereme Haack
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where ICSE
Authors Ian Gorton, Jereme Haack
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