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Applying synthesis principles to create responsive software systems

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1 Author(s)
Smith, C.U. ; L&S Comput. Technol. Inc., Austin, TX, USA

The general principles for formulating software requirements and designs that meet response-time goals are reviewed. The principles are related to the system performance parameters that they improve, and thus their application may not be obvious to those whose speciality is system architecture and design. The author addresses the designer's perspective and illustrates how these principles apply to typical design problems. The examples illustrate requirements and design of: communication, user interfaces, information storage, retrieval and update, information hiding, and data availability. Strategies for effective use of the principles are described

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Software Engineering, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:14 ,  Issue: 10 )