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The increasing dynamic and complexity of Web systems turns quality evaluation at any stage of the development into a key issue for the project success in software development areas or organizations. This paper presents a novel approach to evaluate Web applications (Web Apps?) from their architectures, also considering their functionalities. Discrete EVents System Specification (DEVS) is proposed for behavior and structure analysis based on a set of quality criteria that serve as guidelines for development and evolution of these Web systems. Three quality attributes are considered in this version of the approach: performance, reliability, and availability, but the main advantages are potential scalability and adaptability that respond to the features of these systems.

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Title Toward an Integrated Quality Evaluation of Web Applications with DEVS
Authors V. Bogado, S. Gonnet, H. Leone
Type Conference
Conference/Journal Title Current Trends in Web Engineering
Volume/Number LNCS 8295
Publisher Springer
Month July
Year 2013
Pages 79-91
DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-04244-2_9
Keywords Web App? Quality Evaluation, Software Architecture, DEVS, UCM
Topic revision: r1 - 16 Mar 2014 - 13:23:32 - Daniel Amyot
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