Position Paper: From Enterprise Architectures to Software Architectures using Requirements Engineering

@inproceedings{Galster2006PositionPF,
  title={Position Paper: From Enterprise Architectures to Software Architectures using Requirements Engineering},
  author={Matthias Galster and Armin Eberlein and Mahmood Moussavi},
  booktitle={Software Engineering Research and Practice},
  year={2006}
}
Enterprise architectures represent business objectives that can be extracted during requirements engineering. After gathering these objectives in form of requirements the resulting specifications must be translated into software architectures for later implementation. This transition has proven to be a nontrivial task. Even though requirements engineering and software architectures are well established areas in the software engineering domain we still lack fundamental guidelines and rules for… CONTINUE READING

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