DVIA: Understanding how software architects make decisions in design meetings

@inproceedings{PedrazaGarcia2015DVIAUH,
  title={DVIA: Understanding how software architects make decisions in design meetings},
  author={Gilberto Pedraza-Garcia and Hern{\'a}n Astudillo and Dario Ernesto Correal},
  booktitle={ECSA Workshops},
  year={2015}
}
Software architecture design meetings are instances where architects discuss design concerns and make decisions about the significant elements of a software system. There is little empirical evidence about how architects make design decisions because capturing reasoning and decisions is intrusive and/or expensive, design meetings combine verbal and graphical interventions. This article describes Design Verbal Interventions Analysis (DVIA), a technique to identify design decisions in recorded… CONTINUE READING

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