Analyzing Styles of the Modular Software Architecture View
Software architecture views represent the basic structures of a complex software system. By means of these views, it is possible to shape the different concerns that appear in the requirements and design phases. A modular view specifies the elements that must be built in the detailed design, and the relationships that must be established among them. This paper makes an analysis of the styles present in the modular view. This work establishes how these styles can be shaped and analyzed by means of their relations.
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