Talk on Software Architecture

I plan to cover Jalote's material on software architecture next week and it just so happens that a key contributor to research on software architecture will be giving a talk at CU next week. In particular, Eric Dashofy from UC Irvine will be giving a talk on Tuesday, March 13th, at 3:30 PM in ECCR 1B55 entitled "Supporting Stakeholder-Driven, Multi-View Software Architecture Modeling".

Eric's work on software architecture consists of three things: designing a language, called xADL, that allows engineers to model the software architecture of a software system, creating a set of tools, called ArchStudio, that allows engineers to create, visualize, and analyze xADL specification, and evaluating the use of these tools in real-world contexts.

If you have an interest in learning more about software architecture and are available at 3:30 PM next Tuesday, please come to Eric's talk!

Kenneth M. Anderson, 2007.