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AADL and Aerospace

March 13, 2014

Myron Hecht

Myron Hecht

Peter Feiler

Peter Feiler

"That constant feedback between design and analysis, which now becomes a very tightly coupled loop in a very, very rapid process, is one of the key enablers to enable us to build complex safety-critical, life-critical, and mission-critical systems. "

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Software Architecture

Security Pattern Assurance through Roundtrip Engineering

February 13, 2014

Rick Kazman

Rick Kazman

"I can check at any point whether that architectural representation matches the stuff that has been developed, the stuff that I want to develop. That gives you control over the whole round-trip, and that’s what gives you predictability."

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Software Architecture

AADL and Telecom Paris Tech

December 26, 2013

Etienne Borde

Etienne Borde

Peter Feiler

Peter Feiler

"The operating systems in safety-critical, embedded systems have very different characteristics than in standard computer systems. Of course, you can’t accept that your operating system fails the same way that your home operating system could fail. "

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Software Architecture

Reliability Validation and Improvement Framework

May 23, 2013

Peter Feiler

Peter Feiler

"When you look at the problem, what we have done is identified four areas that are contributors to making a system that is heavily reliant on software of higher quality."

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Software Architecture

What's New With Version 2 of the AADL Standard?

March 21, 2013

Peter Feiler

Peter Feiler

"Today almost everything is software intensive. If you have a car or an aircraft, they don’t work anymore if the software doesn’t work. "

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Software Architecture

The Latest Developments in AADL

January 17, 2013

Peter Feiler

Peter Feiler

Julien Delange

Julien Delange

"When people do the system-safety analysis, they are focused on the physical parts failing, and they understand that part. But the consequence of that in software today is still not very well understood. "

Architecting Service-Oriented Systems

December 06, 2012

Grace Lewis

Grace Lewis

"If you make an architectural decision that promotes interoperability or modifiability, this can have a negative impact on other qualities such as availability, reliability, security, or performance. Making these trade-offs is one of the hardest parts of architecting and designing any system. "

Architecting a Financial System with TSP

October 18, 2012

Felix Bachmann

Felix Bachmann

Jim McHale

Jim McHale

"We did not have any evidence, any clear evidence, that they actually would work together. It was just driven by the necessity to help that customer."

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Software Architecture, TSP

An Architecture-Focused Measurement Framework for Managing Technical Debt

September 04, 2012

Ipek Ozkaya

Ipek Ozkaya

"Of course the other big question is, do we really need to go into a quantifiable aspect of debt, or is it good enough to just state in the metaphor realm? I tend to believe that if we can't measure it, we can't control it."

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Software Architecture

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