Guidelines and Metrics for Configurable and Sustainable Architectural Knowledge Modelling

Carlos Carrillo, Rafael Capilla, Olaf Zimmermann, Uwe Zdun

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Abstract

Architectural Knowledge Management (AKM) has been an active research area in the last decade; the importance of making the right architectural decisions ? and making these at the right time ? has been recognized by the contemporary software engineering practices. Several AKM meta-models, templates and tools have been proposed and applied in practice to capture architectural design decisions and minimize architectural drift during software evolution. However, most of these AKM models, and the architectural decisions captured with them, lack contextual awareness, flexibility and maintainability over time. In this position paper, we outline an extended AKM meta-model and a set of guidelines with the goal to (i) allow AKM tool engineers to construct more configurable and therefore flexible AKM tools, (ii) allow knowledge engineers and method coaches to create more sustainable and therefore maintainable decision logs (AK model instances). We approach these two goals by way of mapping the extended AKM meta-model concepts to quality attributes for architectural knowledge as well as supporting AK metrics.
OriginalspracheEnglisch
TitelProceedings of the 2015 European Conference on Software Architecture Workshops (ECSAW 2015)
ISBN (elektronisch)9781450333931
DOIs
PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - Sep. 2015
VeranstaltungWorkshop on Sustainable Architecture: Global Collaboration, Requirements, Analysis (SAGRA 2015). Collocated with ECSA - Dubrovnik, Kroatien
Dauer: 7 Sep. 201511 Sep. 2015

Seminar/Workshop

Seminar/WorkshopWorkshop on Sustainable Architecture: Global Collaboration, Requirements, Analysis (SAGRA 2015). Collocated with ECSA
KurztitelSAGRA 2015
Land/GebietKroatien
OrtDubrovnik
Zeitraum7/09/1511/09/15

ÖFOS 2012

  • 102022 Softwareentwicklung

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