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Architecture migration using DSM in a large-scale software project

Architecture migration using DSM in a large-scale software project

Year: 2012

Section: Software Engineering

Editor: Onishi, M.; Maurer, M.; Kirner, K.; Lindemann, U.

Author: Maki, T.

Series: DSM

Institution: Ricoh Co., Ltd., Japan

Section: Software Engineering

Pages: 291-300

ISBN: 978-3-446-43354-0

Abstract

In product line development (PLD), maintaining architecture against the rapid changes in market
requirements and the technical environment is important. When maintaining architecture, architecture
migration is often necessary to keep the architecture up to date. An issue in architecture migration is
the continuity of the products. Because architecture is the basis of the development of core assets,
architecture migration can result in core asset redesign or reimplementation, which can have a big
impact on existing products. In large-scale PLD, this problem becomes very serious. Furthermore, our
project required architecture migration along with real product development. This short paper outlines
our approach towards architecture migration of effectively using DSM for a large-scale software
project.

Keywords: Architecture migration, product line development

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Dependency and Structure Modeling (DSM) originates from the methods that have come about from using the Design Structure Matrix and similar methods (matrix-based as well as graph based). These methods have proven very valuable in designing complex systems, optimizing technical systems and product architectures and organizations, densely networked processes and large market structures. With its ability to manage complexity by looking into the structure of a system, it has led to many other advances...

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