ADAM: External dependency-driven architecture discovery and analysis of quality attributes

@article{Ganesan2014ADAMED,
  title={ADAM: External dependency-driven architecture discovery and analysis of quality attributes},
  author={Dharmalingam Ganesan and Mikael Lindvall},
  journal={ACM Trans. Softw. Eng. Methodol.},
  year={2014},
  volume={23},
  pages={17:1-17:51}
}
  • Dharmalingam Ganesan, Mikael Lindvall
  • Published in TSEM 2014
  • Computer Science
  • This article introduces the Architecture Discovery and Analysis Method (ADAM). ADAM supports the discovery of module and runtime views as well as the analysis of quality attributes, such as testability, performance, and maintainability, of software systems. The premise of ADAM is that the implementation constructs, architecture constructs, concerns, and quality attributes are all influenced by the external entities (e.g., libraries, frameworks, COTS software) used by the system under analysis… CONTINUE READING

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