Mateusz Wieloch

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We present an architecture-centric approach for achieving traceability between stakeholders' quality concerns, architecturally significant requirements, design rationales, and source code. In Decision-Centric Traceability (DCT), all trace links are focused around architectural decisions that include factors as varied as platforms, languages, frameworks,(More)
The quality of a software architecture is largely dependent upon the underlying architectural decisions at the framework, tactic, and pattern levels. Decisions to adopt certain solutions determine the extent to which desired qualities such as security, availability, and performance are achieved in the delivered system. In this tool demo, we present our(More)
Over the past decade the traceability research community has focused upon developing and improving trace retrieval techniques in order to retrieve trace links between a source artifact, such as a requirement, and set of target artifacts, such as a set of java classes. In this Trace Challenge paper we present a previously published technique that uses(More)
Initially the data bank, which serves for the follow-up organization and for scientific studies, is briefly introduced. Then the possible analyses are described. Two types of possible evaluations can be distinguished. For the first type of evaluation, a subprogram has to be developed for every topic. A great number of questions can be answered by assembling(More)
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