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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the First European Workshop on Software Architecture, EWSA 2004, held in St Andrews, Scotland, UK in May 2004 in conjunction with ICSE 2004.
The 9 revised full research papers, 4 revised full experience papers, and 6 revised position papers presented together with 5 invited presentations on ongoing European projects on software architectures were carefully reviewed and selected from 48 submissions. All current aspects of software architectures are addressed ranging from foundational and methodological issues to application issues of practical relevance.
Research Papers.- Sotograph – A Pragmatic Approach to Source Code Architecture Conformance Checking.- Formal Analysis of Architectural Patterns.- Architectural Modelling in Product Family Context.- Reflection-Based, Aspect-Oriented Software Architecture.- Software Architecture Evolution through Dynamic AOP.- On the Role of Architectural Style in Model Driven Development.- UML 1.4 versus UML 2.0 as Languages to Describe Software Architectures.- From Acme to CORBA: Bridging the Gap.- Constraints of Behavioural Inheritance.- Experience Papers.- Software Architectures for Designing Virtual Reality Applications.- Generation and Enactment of Controllers for Business Architectures Using MDA.- Formalization of an HCI Style for Accelerator Restart Monitoring.- Experiences Using Viewpoints for Information Systems Architecture: An Industrial Experience Report.- Position Papers.- Software Architecture: The Next Step.- Using Architectural Models at Runtime: Research Challenges.- Maintainability through Architecture Development.- An Architecture Description Language for Mobile Distributed Systems.- Model Checking for Software Architectures.- Distilling Scenarios from Patterns for Software Architecture Evaluation – A Position Paper.- Invited Papers: European Projects in Software Architecture.- Towards an MDA-Based Development Methodology.- Correct Development of Embedded Systems.- Expressing Domain Variability for Configuration.- ArchWare: Architecting Evolvable Software.- The FABRIC Project.