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Pattern-Driven Architectural Partitioning Balancing Functional and Non-functional Requirements
 

Summary: Pattern-Driven Architectural Partitioning
Balancing Functional and Non-functional Requirements
Neil Harrison
Computing and Networking Sciences Department
Utah Valley State College
Orem, Utah, USA
harrisne@uvsc.edu
Paris Avgeriou
Department of Mathematics and Computing Science
University of Groningen
Groningen, the Netherlands
paris@cs.rug.nl
Abstract-- One of the vexing challenges of software architecture
is the problem of satisfying the functional specifications of the
system to be created while at the same time meeting its non-
functional needs. In this work we focus on the early stages of the
software architecture process, when initial high-level system
partitioning is being performed. Specifically, we study the
problem of system partitioning with respect to both functional
requirements and quality attributes. Architecture patterns are

  

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

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences