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KBSE
2008
IEEE
14 years 9 hour ago
Effort Estimation in Capturing Architectural Knowledge
Capturing and using design rationale is becoming a hot topic for software architects, as architectural design decisions are now considered first class entities that should be reco...
Rafael Capilla, Francisco Nava, Carlos Carrillo
ICSM
2002
IEEE
13 years 10 months ago
Atomic Architectural Component Recovery for Program Understanding and Evolution
Component recovery and remodularization is a means to get back control on large and complex legacy systems suffering from ad-hoc changes by recovering logical components and restr...
Rainer Koschke
CSMR
2010
IEEE
13 years 17 days ago
Using Architecturally Significant Requirements for Guiding System Evolution
Rapidly changing technology is one of the key triggers of system evolution. Some examples are: physically relocating a data center; replacement of infrastructure such as migrating ...
Ipek Ozkaya, J. Andrés Díaz Pace, Ar...
APSEC
1999
IEEE
13 years 10 months ago
An Approach for Measuring Software Evolution Using Source Code Features
One of the characteristics of large software systems is that they evolve over time. Evolution patterns include modifications related to the implementation, interfaces and the over...
Ladan Tahvildari, Richard Gregory, Kostas Kontogia...
SEKE
2005
Springer
13 years 11 months ago
Using Feature-Oriented Analysis to Recover Legacy Software Design for Software Evolution
Most design recovery approaches start from analysing source code. Nonetheless, it is very difficult to get adequate design information only depending on source code. Additional av...
Shaoyun Li, Feng Chen, Zhihong Liang, Hongji Yang