Design Architectures through Category Constraints
AbstractWe provide a rigorous and concise formalism for specifying design
architectures exterior to the design language. This allows several
evolving architectural styles to be supported independently. Such architectural
styles are specified in a tailored parse tree logic, which permits
automatic support for conformance and consistency. We exemplify
these ideas with a small design architecture inspired by real world constraints
found in the Ericsson ATM Broadband System.
How to Cite
Koistinen, J., Klarlund, N., & Schwartzbach, M. (1995). Design Architectures through Category Constraints. BRICS Report Series, 2(17). https://doi.org/10.7146/brics.v2i17.19919
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