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Record number 545472
Title Analyzing Systems Engineering Concerns in Architecture Frameworks – A Survey Study
Author(s) Gürbüz, Havva; Tekinerdogan, B.
Source In: Proceedings of the 2018 IEEE International Systems Engineering Symposium (ISSE). - IEEE - ISBN 9781538644478 - 8 p.
Event 2018 IEEE International Systems Engineering Symposium (ISSE), Rome, 2018-10-01/2018-10-03
DOI https://doi.org/10.1109/SysEng.2018.8544385
Department(s) Information Technology
WASS
Publication type Contribution in proceedings
Publication year 2018
Abstract The architecture design is one of the earliest artefacts in the systems engineering lifecycle that has the largest impact on the subsequent phases. For designing the system architecture usually, architecture frameworks are adopted that define a coherent set of viewpoints to represent the different concerns. Several architecture frameworks have been proposed in the literature that covers enterprise architecture, system architecture, and software architecture. Each of these frameworks can be used to model the architecture views of a system. On the other hand, each of these architecture frameworks also addresses concerns of different disciplines. For the system engineering who has to cope with different application domains, it is important to select the proper architecture framework that addresses the concerns of the related disciplines. To this end, we have adopted a domain analysis approach to identify the reported architecture frameworks in the literature and explicitly describe the disciplines in the selected architecture frameworks.
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