Architected Agile Solutions for Software-Reliant Systems

@inproceedings{Boehm2010ArchitectedAS,
  title={Architected Agile Solutions for Software-Reliant Systems},
  author={B. Boehm and J. Lane and S. Koolmanojwong and R. Turner},
  booktitle={Agile Software Development},
  year={2010}
}
  • B. Boehm, J. Lane, +1 author R. Turner
  • Published in Agile Software Development 2010
  • Engineering, Computer Science
  • Systems are becoming increasingly reliant on software due to needs for rapid fielding of “70% capabilities,” interoperability, net-centricity, and rapid adaptation to change. The latter need has led to increased interest in agile methods of software development, in which teams rely on shared tacit interpersonal knowledge rather than explicit documented knowledge. However, such systems often need to be scaled up to higher level of performance and assurance, requiring stronger architectural… CONTINUE READING
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