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ASE
2006
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Using software evolution to focus architectural recovery
Ideally, a software project commences with requirements gathering and specification, reaches its major milestone with system implementation and delivery, and then continues, possi...
Nenad Medvidovic, Vladimir Jakobac
WICSA
2001
13 years 7 months ago
Focus: A Light-Weight, Incremental Approach to Software Architecture Recovery and Evolution
During the past decade, object-orientation (OO) has become the dominant software development methodology, accompanied by a number of modeling notations, programming languages, and...
Lei Ding, Nenad Medvidovic
ASE
2006
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Runtime recovery and manipulation of software architecture of component-based systems
Recently, more attention is paid to the researches and practices on how to use software architecture in software maintenance and evolution to reduce their complexity and cost. The ...
Gang Huang, Hong Mei, Fuqing Yang
SPLC
2004
13 years 7 months ago
Observations from the Recovery of a Software Product Family
The problem of managing the evolution of complex and large software systems is well known. Evolution implies reuse and modification of existing software artifacts, and this means t...
Patricia Lago, Hans van Vliet
IWPC
2002
IEEE
13 years 10 months ago
Architecture Recovery of Dynamically Linked Applications: A Case Study
Most previously published case studies in architecture recovery have been performed on statically linked software systems. Due to the increase in use of middleware technologies, s...
Igor Ivkovic, Michael W. Godfrey