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Modeling Organizational Architectural Styles in UML

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Modeling Organizational Architectural Styles in UML
Today’s software operate in a dynamic, organizational context and hence, it needs flexible architectures based in social and intentional concepts to enable software to evolve consistently with its operational environment. The Tropos requirements oriented development methodology, has defined a number of organizational architectural styles which are suitable to cooperative, dynamic and distributed applications. In this paper, we use the UML to describe these novel architectural styles. In doing so we are able to provide a detailed representation of both the structure and behaviour of the styles.
Jaelson Castro, Carla T. L. L. Silva, John Mylopou
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where CAISE
Authors Jaelson Castro, Carla T. L. L. Silva, John Mylopoulos
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