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ICSE
2003
IEEE-ACM
13 years 11 months ago
Architecture as an Emergent Property of Requirements Integration
Functional requirements contain, and systems exhibit, the behavior summarized below.Despite the advances in software engineering since 1968, how to go from a set of functional req...
R. Geoff Dromey
TRUST
2009
Springer
14 years 1 months ago
Securing the Dissemination of Emergency Response Data with an Integrated Hardware-Software Architecture
During many crises, access to sensitive emergency-support information is required to save lives and property. For example, for effective evacuations first responders need the name...
Timothy E. Levin, Jeffrey S. Dwoskin, Ganesha Bhas...
SIGSOFT
2007
ACM
14 years 7 months ago
Fault and adversary tolerance as an emergent property of distributed systems' software architectures
Fault and adversary tolerance have become not only desirable but required properties of software systems because mission-critical systems are commonly distributed on large network...
Yuriy Brun, Nenad Medvidovic
SEFM
2003
IEEE
13 years 11 months ago
From Requirements to Design: Formalizing the Key Steps
Despite the advances in software engineering since 1968, current methods for going from a set of functional requirements to a design are not as direct, repeatable and constructive...
R. Geoff Dromey
DAGSTUHL
2003
13 years 7 months ago
Genetic Design: Amplifying Our Ability to Deal With Requirements Complexity
Individual functional requirements represent fragments of behavior, while a design that satisfies a set of functional requirements represents integrated behavior. This perspective ...
R. Geoff Dromey