Heineman, George T.
Software systems can be expressed in terms of an architecture consisting of interacting components. This architecture for a system is abstract and often ideal; its implementation is often imperfect and does not always follow the architecture's structure. This inconsistency prohibits a straightforward mapping of changes in architecture to changes in implementation's behavior. This project aims to develop a standard means of mapping standard architectural changes to non-standard implementation changes.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
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