Kate Foster

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Architecture evaluation methods provide general guidelines to assess quality attributes of systems, which are not necessarily straightforward to practice with. With COTS middleware based systems, this assessment process is further complicated by the complexity of middleware technology and a number of design and deployment options. Efficient assessment is(More)
The architecture of complex software systems is a collection of decisions that are very expensive to change. This makes effective software architecture evaluation methods essential in today’s system development for mission critical systems. We have previously developed MEMS for evaluating middleware architectures, which provides an effective(More)
This report discusses the Air Operations Division contribution to the Net Warrior demonstration event NW-D10. NW-D10 was held in September 2010 and demonstrated information interoperability of middleware technologies in dynamic environments with real mission systems. An overview of the NW-D10 event is provided along with a discussion of the technologies(More)
In recent years, time-critical processing or real-time processing and analytics of bid data have received a significant amount of attentions. There are many areas/domains where real-time processing of data and making timely decision can saves thousands of human lives, minimizing the risks of human lives and resources, enhance the quality of human lives,(More)
An EIS gathers financial and non-financial data from a variety of sources, both internal and external to an organisation, and presents them accessibly and understandably. It should facilitate the presentation of data so that it is timely and relevant to senior managers' needs. Generally, there are three categories of EIS: Front-end tools, which enhance the(More)
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