Supporting Software Architecture Evolution Architecture Selection and Variability

@inproceedings{Svahnberg2003SupportingSA,
  title={Supporting Software Architecture Evolution Architecture Selection and Variability},
  author={Mikael Svahnberg},
  year={2003}
}
Today it is more a rule than an exception that software systems have a lifecycle of more than several years. Hence, software evolution is inevitable. During the life span of a software system the domain in which the system is working evolves and changes. This causes changes to the software system, and the software system may also be evolved to satisfy new markets. The ability to evolve gracefully, and thus the long-term success of a software system, is to a large extent governed by its software… CONTINUE READING
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