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Title: An approach to compliance in software architectures
Authors: Morrison, Ronald
Balasubramaniam, Dharini
Greenwood, RM
Kirby, Graham Njal Cameron
Mayes, K
Munro, DS
Warboys, B
Keywords: QA76 Computer software
Issue Date: Aug-2000
Citation: Morrison , R , Balasubramaniam , D , Greenwood , R M , Kirby , G N C , Mayes , K , Munro , D S & Warboys , B 2000 , ' An approach to compliance in software architectures ' IET Computing and Control Engineering Journal , vol 11 , no. 4 , pp. 195-200 . , 10.1049/cce:20000410
Abstract: Software architectures are designed to meet the needs of the applications that use them. With conventional architectures this is done by predicting the average needs of the majority of the applications they support. In contrast, a compliant software architecture can accommodate the needs of a particular application. As the application evolves, its requirements change and the supporting software components, if compliant, change accordingly to meet these new requirements.
Version: Postprint
Description: Special Issue on Informatics
Status: Peer reviewed
ISSN: 0956-3385
Type: Journal article
Rights: This paper is a postprint of a paper submitted to and accepted for publication in Computing and Control Engineering and is subject to Institution of Engineering and Technology Copyright. The copy of record is available at IET Digital Library.
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