From description to simulation to architecture: an approach to service-driven system development

@article{Cameron1990FromDT,
  title={From description to simulation to architecture: an approach to service-driven system development},
  author={E. Jane Cameron and Nathan H. Petschenik and Lillian Ruston and Swati Shah and Hassan N. Srinidhi},
  journal={Systems Integration '90. Proceedings of the First International Conference on Systems Integration},
  year={1990},
  pages={264-274}
}
A modeling technique that structures a given set of desired services into a format suitable for driving two parts of the development process-computer simulation and architecture particularization-is presented. The model includes no assumptions about input services or system capabilities expected, and thus is applicable to a wide range of services and system implementations. The modeling technique, coupled with related simulation and architecture particularization efforts, can be the basis for a… CONTINUE READING

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