Impact of the Concept of Architectural Views
The Impact Project is an ongoing initiative of the ACM Special Interest group on software engineering (SIGSOFT) to determine the impact of software engineering research upon software engineering practice. It identifies and documents research contributions that have had a substantial impact, determines the research modalities that have been successful, identifies technology transitions that have worked best and may even anticipates further development.
This impact subproject has for goal to determine the roots and assess the impact on practice of the concept of software architectural views and viewpoints, which emerged in the early 1990's and found its ways in tools, methods, and standards.
- Estublier, J., Leblang, D., Hoek, A., Conradi, R., Clemm, G., Tichy, W., and Wiborg-Weber, D. 2005. Impact of software engineering research on the practice of software configuration management. ACM Trans. Softw. Eng. Methodol. 14, 4 (Oct. 2005), 383-430.
- Emmerich, W., Aoyama, M., and Sventek, J. 2007. The Impact of Research on Middleware Technology. SIGSOFT Softw. Eng. Notes 32, 1 (Jan. 2007), 21-46.