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Software Architecture and the Architecture Tradeoff Analysis Initiative

Software Architecture and the Architecture Tradeoff Analysis Initiative

Software architecture forms the backbone for building successful software-intensive systems. A system's quality attributes are largely permitted or precluded by its architecture. Architecture represents a capitalized investment, an abstract reusable model that can be transferred from one system to the next. Architecture represents a common vehicle for communication among a system's stakeholders, and is the arena in which conflicting goals and requirements are mediated
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