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Software Architecture: First European Conference, ECSA 2007, Madrid, Spain, September 24-26, 2007, Proceedings / Edition 1

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the First European Conference on Software Architecture, ECSA 2007, held in Aranjuez, Spain. The 12 revised long papers presented together with four short papers cover description languages and metamodels, architecture-based code generation, run-time monitoring, requirements engineering, service-oriented architectures, aspect-oriented software architectures, ontology-based approaches, autonomic systems, middleware and web services.

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Keynotes.- Software Architectures for Task-Oriented Computing.- An Active Architecture Approach to Dynamic Systems Co-evolution.- What’s in a Service?.- Full Research Papers.- Pattern-Based Evolution of Software Architectures.- Formal Design of Structural and Dynamic Features of Publish/Subscribe Architectural Styles.- An Ontology-Based Approach for Modelling Architectural Styles.- FIESTA: A Generic Framework for Integrating New Functionalities into Software Architectures.- Beyond ATAM: Architecture Analysis in the Development of Large Scale Software Systems.- Emerging Research Papers.- Enabling Adaptivity in User Interfaces.- Architecture Migration Driven by Code Categorization.- Effective Tool Support for Architectural Knowledge Sharing.- A Goal-Oriented Approach for the Generation and Evaluation of Alternative Architectures.- Hierarchical Verification in Maude of LfP Software Architectures.- First Class Connectors for Prototyping Service Oriented Architectures.- Wireless Sensor Network Application Development: An Architecture-Centric MDE Approach.- A Distributed Staged Architecture for Multimodal Applications.- On the Modularity of Software Architectures: A Concern-Driven Measurement Framework.- Experience Papers.- Lightweight Web Services for High Performace Computing.- Research Challenge Papers.- The Art and Science of Software Architecture.- Issues in Applying Empirical Software Engineering to Software Architecture.- Leveraging Architecture Patterns to Satisfy Quality Attributes.- Poster Papers.- Architecture for Developing Adaptive and Adaptable Collaborative Applications.- Analyzing Styles of the Modular Software Architecture View.- Dynamic Reconfiguration of Software Architectures Through Aspects.- Model-Driven Approach for Designing Industrial Control Systems.- Informed Evolution.- Using Connectors to Model Crosscutting Influences in Software Architectures.- From Mobile Business Processes to Mobile Information Systems.- An Architectural Model for Small-Scale Component-Oriented Frameworks.- UML Profile for the Platform Independent Modelling of Service-Oriented Architectures.- Managing Separation of Concerns in Grid Applications Through Architectural Model Transformations.- Aqueducts: A Layered Pipeline-Based Architecture for XML Processing.- On the Interplay of Crosscutting and MAS-Specific Styles.- Processes for Creating and Exploiting Architectural Design Decisions with Tool Support.- Supporting the Automatic Generation of Proto-Architectures.- AspectLEDA: Extending an ADL with Aspectual Concepts.- Experiences Using a Component-Oriented Architectural Framework for Robots and Its Improvement with a MDE Approach.

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