Automating Three Modes of Evolution for Object-Oriented Software Architectures

@inproceedings{Tokuda1999AutomatingTM,
  title={Automating Three Modes of Evolution for Object-Oriented Software Architectures},
  author={Lance Tokuda and Don S. Batory},
  booktitle={COOTS},
  year={1999}
}
1 Architectural evolution is a costly yet unavoidable consequence of a successful application. One method for reducing cost is to automate aspects of the evolutionary cycle when possible. Three kinds of architectural evolution in object-oriented systems are: schema transformations, the introduction of design pattern microarchitectures, and the hot-spot-drivenapproach. This paper shows that all three can be viewed as transformations applied to an evolving design. Further, the transformations are… CONTINUE READING
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