Monthly Archives: November 2012

Twin Peaks Model: Characterising Architecturally Significant Requirements

Architecture of a software intensive system plays a key role in determining the achievement of architecturally significant requirements (ASR) of that system.┬áIf ASRs are wrong, incomplete, inaccurate, or lack details, then a software architecture based on these is also likely … Continue reading

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Leveraging Activity Based Computing and Cloud Computing for Global Software Engineering

We have been working on exploring the use of activity based computing for guiding the design and development of next generation of tools for supporting software engineering in general and global software engineering in particular. At the same time, we … Continue reading

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