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van Deursen, A. (author), Aniche, Maurício (author), Aué, Joop (author), Slag, R.G.J. (author), de Jong, M. (author), Nederlof, A. (author), Bouwers, E.M. (author)
Teaching software architecture is hard. The topic is abstract and is best understood by experiencing it, which requires proper scale to fully grasp its complexity. Furthermore, students need to practice both technical and social skills to become good software architects. To overcome these teaching challenges, we developed the Collaborative...
conference paper 2017
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Cadariu, M (author), Bouwers, E.M. (author), Visser, J. (author), van Deursen, A. (author)
conference paper 2015
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Bouwers, E.M. (author), van Deursen, A. (author), Visser, J (author)
conference paper 2014
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Bouwers, E.M. (author)
Software systems make up an important part of our daily lives. Just like all man- made objects, the possibilities of a software system are constrained by the choices made during its creation. The complete set of these choices can be referred to as the software architecture of a system. Since the software architecture of a system has a large...
doctoral thesis 2013
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Bouwers, E.M. (author), Correia, J.P. (author), Van Deursen, A. (author), Visser, J. (author)
The decomposition of a software system into components is a major decision in any software architecture, having a strong influence on many of its quality aspects. A system’s analyzability, in particular, is influenced by its decomposition into components. But into how many components should a system be decomposed to achieve optimal analyzability...
report 2011
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