Software architecture and detailed design evaluation

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Abstract

Software design and estimation play the key role for software development process. Different methods are used for architecture design and detailed design evaluation. For architectural design stage a technique that allows selecting and evaluating suite of architectural patterns is proposed. It allows us to consistently evaluate the impact of specific patterns to software characteristics with a given functionality. Also the criterion of efficiency metric is proposed which helps us to evaluate architectural patterns for specified software. During detailed design stage we are interested in the selection of the optimal metric suits which takes into account the characteristics of required system. The proposed technique contains a number a steps where at each step a specific criterion should be used to make a selection from the available metric suites. In the end we can perform the selected metric suite improvement.

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Vishnyakov, A., & Orlov, S. (2015). Software architecture and detailed design evaluation. In Procedia Computer Science (Vol. 43, pp. 41–52). Elsevier B.V. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.procs.2014.12.007

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