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CSMR
2002
IEEE
14 years 12 days ago
Reengineering to the Web: A Reference Architecture
Reengineering existing (large-scale) applications to the web is a complex and highly challenging task. This is due to a variety of mostly demanding requirements for interactive we...
Uwe Zdun
ICSM
2005
IEEE
14 years 1 months ago
A Reference Architecture for Web Browsers
A reference architecture for a domain captures the fundamental subsystems common to systems of that domain as well as the relationships between these subsystems. Having a referenc...
Alan Grosskurth, Michael W. Godfrey
CSMR
2004
IEEE
13 years 11 months ago
Refactoring Web sites to the Controller-Centric Architecture
A Web site is a hyperlinked network environment, which consists of hundreds of inter-connected pages, usually without an engineered architecture. This is often a large, complex We...
Yu Ping, Kostas Kontogiannis
ICCAD
1995
IEEE
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13 years 11 months ago
Re-engineering of timing constrained placements for regular architectures
In a typical design ow, the design may be altered slightly several times after the initial design cycle according to minor changes in the design speci cation either as a result o...
Anmol Mathur, K. C. Chen, C. L. Liu
SEKE
2005
Springer
14 years 28 days ago
Service Identification and Packaging in Service Oriented Reengineering
With the adoption to Web service technologies, more and more existing non-service-oriented software systems turn to be legacy systems. They require a service-oriented reengineerin...
Zhuopeng Zhang, Ruimin Liu, Hongji Yang