An industrial case study on quality impact prediction for evolving service-oriented software

  title={An industrial case study on quality impact prediction for evolving service-oriented software},
  author={Heiko Koziolek and Bastian Schlich and Carlos G. Bilich and Roland J. Weiss and Steffen Becker and Klaus Krogmann and Mircea Trifu and Raffaela Mirandola and Anne Koziolek},
  journal={2011 33rd International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE)},
Systematic decision support for architectural design decisions is a major concern for software architects of evolving service-oriented systems. In practice, architects often analyse the expected performance and reliability of design alternatives based on prototypes or former experience. Model-driven prediction methods claim to uncover the tradeoffs between different alternatives quantitatively while being more cost-effective and less error-prone. However, they often suffer from weak tool… CONTINUE READING
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