Software Architecture Knowledge Management

@article{Vliet2008SoftwareAK,
  title={Software Architecture Knowledge Management},
  author={Hans van Vliet},
  journal={19th Australian Conference on Software Engineering (aswec 2008)},
  year={2008},
  pages={24-31}
}
Software architecture is a recognized and indispensable part of system development. Software architecture is often defined in terms of components and connectors, or the "high-level conception of a system". In recent years, there has been an awareness that not only the design itself is important to capture, but also the knowledge that has led to this design. This so-called architectural knowledge concerns the set of design decisions and their rationale. Capturing architectural knowledge is… CONTINUE READING

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