Using dependency models to manage complex software architecture

@inproceedings{Sangal2005UsingDM,
  title={Using dependency models to manage complex software architecture},
  author={Neeraj Sangal and Ev Jordan and Vineet Sinha and Daniel O Jackson},
  booktitle={OOPSLA},
  year={2005}
}
An approach to managing the architecture of large software systems is presented. Dependencies are extracted from the code by a conventional static analysis, and shown in a tabular form known as the 'Dependency Structure Matrix' (DSM). A variety of algorithms are available to help organize the matrix in a form that reflects the architecture and highlights patterns and problematic dependencies. A hierarchical structure obtained in part by such algorithms, and in part by input from the user, then… CONTINUE READING
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