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One of the motivations for specifying software architectures explicitly is the use of high level structural design information for improved control and prediction of software system quality attributes. In this paper, we present an approach for determining the reliability of component-based software architectures. Our method is based on rich architecture(More)
held in Orlan-do, Florida, in May 2002, this special issue of The Journal of Systems and Software is devoted to automated component-based software engineering. We depend on software components for everyday activities at work, at home, in traffic and transport, banking, health, telecommunications, defence and other areas. Many times the software components(More)
Easy access to the Web has led to increased potential for students cheating on assignments by plagiarising others' work. By the same token, Web-based tools offer the potential for instructors to check submitted assignments for signs of plagiarism. Overlap-detection tools are easy to use and accurate in plagiarism detection, so they can be an excellent(More)
In this paper we introduce the MatchDetectReveal(MDR) system, which is capable of identifying overlapping and plagiarised documents. Each component of the system is briefly described. The matching-engine component uses a modified suffix tree representation, which is able to identify the exact overlapping chunks and its performance is also presented.
Architecture description languages (ADLs) are used to specify high-level, compositional views of a software application. ADL research focuses on software composed of prefabricated parts, so-called software components. ADLs usually come equipped with rigorous state-transition style semantics, facilitating verification and analysis of specifications.(More)