From System Goals to Software Architecture

@inproceedings{Lamsweerde2003FromSG,
  title={From System Goals to Software Architecture},
  author={Axel van Lamsweerde},
  booktitle={SFM},
  year={2003}
}
Requirements and architecture are two essential inter-related products in the software lifecycle. Software architecture has long been recognized to have a profound impact on non-functional requirements about security, fault tolerance, performance, evolvability, and so forth. In spite of this, very few techniques are available to date for systematically building software architectures from functional and non-functional requirements so that such requirements are guaranteed by construction. The… CONTINUE READING
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