Reconciling software requirements and architectures with intermediate models

@article{Grnbacher2003ReconcilingSR,
  title={Reconciling software requirements and architectures with intermediate models},
  author={Paul Gr{\"u}nbacher and Alexander Egyed and Nenad Medvidovic},
  journal={Software & Systems Modeling},
  year={2003},
  volume={3},
  pages={235-253}
}
Little guidance and few methods are available for the refinement of software requirements into an architecture satisfying those requirements. Part of the challenge stems from the fact that requirements and architectures use different terms and concepts to capture the model elements relevant to each. In this paper we will present CBSP, a lightweight approach intended to provide a systematic way of reconciling requirements and architectures using intermediate models. CBSP leverages a simple set… CONTINUE READING
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