Researchers from requirements engineering and software architecture had emphasized the importance of NonFunctional Requirements and their influence in the architectural design process. To improve this process we have designed a tool, ArchiTech, which aims to support architects during the design process by suggesting alternative architectural decisions that can improve some types of non-functional requirements in a particular project, and facilitate the reuse of architectural knowledge shared between projects of the same architectural domain (e.g., web-based applications).
CitationAmeller, D.; Collell, O.; Franch, J. ArchiTech: tool support for NFR-guided architectural decision-making. A: IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference. "2012 20th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE)". Chicago: IEEE, 2012, p. 315-316.
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