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Architectural modeling in industry-an experience report

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3 Author(s)
Kuusela, J. ; Nokia Res. Center, Helsinki, Finland ; Maccari, A. ; Xu, J.

Nokia Research Center (NRC) has been leading Esprit project ARES (Architectural Reasoning for Embedded Systems) for two years. One of the main purposes of ARES is to demonstrate the use of architectural modeling in controlling properties of industrial scale products and product families. Two examples are documented. Forward architecting was applied in modeling the new architecture for our mobile phone family showing how to control the dynamic properties of the software. Reverse architecting was used to tune the performance of our telephone switch software. Both cases show that special purpose models can be constructed even for very large systems and they do give valuable insight to the properties of the software

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Software Engineering, 1998. Proceedings of the 1998 International Conference on

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19-25 Apr 1998

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