Predicting architectural styles for mobile distributed, data-intensive systems
This paper illustrates a model for predicting the emergent architectural style based on the components and connectors of a mobile. The estimation of architectural style based on mobile component specifications will help us predict that whether the attributes of the middleware will be satisfied or not before the actual deployment. The component specifications are functional as well as non-functional.
KeywordsSoftware Architecture Control Topology Architectural Style Interaction Protocol Mobile Component
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