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WICSA
2004
13 years 5 months ago
Software Reconfiguration Patterns for Dynamic Evolution of Software Architectures
A software reconfiguration pattern is a solution to a problem in component-based software systems where the configuration needs to be updated while the system is operational. It d...
Hassan Gomaa, Mohamed Hussein
CSMR
2004
IEEE
13 years 8 months ago
Using History Information to Improve Design Flaws Detection
1 As systems evolve and their structure decays, maintainers need accurate and automatic identification of the design problems. Current approaches for automatic detection of design...
Daniel Ratiu, Stéphane Ducasse, Tudor G&ici...
JTAER
2010
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13 years 2 months ago
An Assessment of Design Patterns' Influence on a Java-based E-Commerce Application
Design patterns, acting as recurring solutions to common problems, offer significant benefits such as avoiding unnecessary complexity, and promoting code reuse, maintainability an...
Maria Mouratidou, Vassilios Lourdas, Alexander Cha...
ECIS
2001
13 years 5 months ago
Using Problem-Domain and Artefact-Domain Architectural Modelling to Understand System Evolution
The authors describe on going research to uncover the architectonic nature of artefacts and see how these may be related to high-level, but also grounded, model of the original pr...
Thomas R. Addis, Galal Hassan Galal
KBSE
2008
IEEE
13 years 11 months ago
Exploring the composition of unit test suites
In agile software development, test code can considerably contribute to the overall source code size. Being a valuable asset both in terms of verification and documentation, the ...
Bart Van Rompaey, Serge Demeyer