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Architecture conception is a difficult and time consuming process, requiring advanced skills from the software architect. The tasks of an architect are alleviated if means can be provided to generate architectures that can be evaluated with respect to functional and nonfunctional requirements. This paper discusses an approach for doing so. It centers around a rich feature-solution graph which captures the evolving knowledge about requirements and solution fragments. This graph is used to guide an iterative architecture development process.

-- Jason Kealey - 12 Oct 2005


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Title Scenario-Based Generation and Evaluation of Software Architectures
Authors H. de Bruin, H. van Vliet
Type Conference
Conference/Journal Title Generative and Component-Based Software Engineering (GCSE'01)
Volume/Number LNCS 2186
Editors Jan Bosch
Publisher Springer
Month September
Year 2001
Pages 128-139
DOI 10.1007/3-540-44800-4_6
Keywords generation, architecture, functional requirements, non-functional requirements, iterative process
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