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The GRIFFIN Project: Lessons Learned Hans van Vliet, Paris Avgeriou, Remco C. de Boer, Viktor Clerc, Rik Farenhorst,
 

Summary: Chapter 8
The GRIFFIN Project: Lessons Learned
Hans van Vliet, Paris Avgeriou, Remco C. de Boer, Viktor Clerc, Rik Farenhorst,
Anton Jansen, and Patricia Lago
Abstract GRIFFIN is a joint research project of the VU University Amsterdam
and the University of Groningen. The GRIFFIN project develops notations, tools
and associated methods to extract, represent and use architectural knowledge that
currently is not documented or represented in the system. The research is carried
out in a consortium with various industries, both large and small, that provide case
studies and give regular feedback. Paraphrasing [327], the goal of the GRIFFIN
project can be summarized as "What architects know, and how they know it". In
this chapter, we give an overview of the results of the GRIFFIN project, and lessons
learned with respect to software architecture knowledge management.
8.1 Introduction
GRIFFIN is a joint research project of the VU University Amsterdam and the
University of Groningen, both in the Netherlands. GRIFFIN stands for "GRId For
inFormatIoN about architectural knowledge". The project is supported by the Dutch
Joint Academic and Commercial Quality Research and Development (Jacquard)
program on Software Engineering Research, and runs from 20052009. The re-
search is carried out in a consortium with various industrial partners, both large and

  

Source: Avgeriou, Paris - Institute for Mathematics and Computing Science, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences