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Sustainable Architectural Design Decisions
Found in: IEEE Software
By Uwe Zdun,Rafael Capilla,Huy Tran,Olaf Zimmermann
Issue Date:November 2013
pp. 46-53
Software architects must sustain design decisions to endure throughout software evolution. Several criteria can help them assess decisions' sustainability. In addition, industry and research projects have applied different techniques to make architectural ...
Constraint-Based Consistency Checking between Design Decisions and Component Models for Supporting Software Architecture Evolution
Found in: Software Maintenance and Reengineering, European Conference on
By Ioanna Lytra,Huy Tran,Uwe Zdun
Issue Date:March 2012
pp. 287-296
Software architecture evolution has become an integral part of the software lifecycle. Thus, the maintenance of a software system involves among others the maintenance of the software system architecture. Component models are widely used as an essential vi...
Understanding Social Networks Properties for Trustworthy Computing
Found in: Distributed Computing Systems Workshops, International Conference on
By Abedelaziz Mohaisen, Huy Tran, Nicholas Hopper, Yongdae Kim
Issue Date:June 2011
pp. 154-159
The ever-increasing popularity of social networks opens new directions for leveraging social networks to build primitives for security and communication, in many contexts. Such primitives utilize the trust in these social networks to ensure collaboration a...
An End-to-End Framework for Business Compliance in Process-Driven SOAs
Found in: Symbolic and Numeric Algorithms for Scientific Computing, International Symposium on
By Huy Tran, Ta'id Holmes, Ernst Oberortner, Emmanuel Mulo, Agnieszka Betkowska Cavalcante, Jacek Serafinski, Marek Tluczek, Aliaksandr Birukou, Florian Daniel, Patricia Silveira, Uwe Zdun, Schahram Dustdar
Issue Date:September 2010
pp. 407-414
It is significant for companies to ensure their businesses conforming to relevant policies, laws, and regulations as the consequences of infringement can be serious. Unfortunately, the divergence and frequent changes of different compliance sources make it...
Aiding Parallel Programming with On-the-Fly Dependence Visualisation
Found in: Parallel and Distributed Computing Applications and Technologies, International Conference on
By Oliver Sinnen, Ratha Long, Quoc Huy Tran
Issue Date:December 2009
pp. 475-481
Parallel programming is notoriously difficult. This becomes even more critical as multicore processors bring parallel computing into the mainstream. In order to ease the difficulty, tools have been designed that help the programmer with some aspects of par...
Web Service Indexing for Efficient Retrieval and Composition
Found in: E-Commerce Technology, IEEE International Conference on, and Enterprise Computing, E-Commerce, and E-Services, IEEE International Conference on
By Marco Aiello, Christian Platzer, Florian Rosenberg, Huy Tran, Martin Vasko, Schahram Dustdar
Issue Date:June 2006
pp. 63
The success and widespread use of Web service technology is bound to the availability of tools for rapidly discovering services and for composing their operations. We present a system for service discovery and composition based on syntactic and semantic ma...
As-Projective-As-Possible Image Stitching with Moving DLT
Found in: IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence
By Julio Zaragoza,Tat-Jun Chin,Quoc-Huy Tran,Michael S. Brown,David Suter
Issue Date:July 2014
pp. 1-1
The success of commercial image stitching tools often leads to the impression that image stitching is a “solved problem”. The reality, however, is that many tools give unconvincing results when the input photos violate fairly restrictive imaging assumption...
Trustworthy Distributed Computing on Social Networks
Found in: IEEE Transactions on Services Computing
By Aziz Mohaisen,Huy Tran,Abhishek Chandra,Yongdae Kim
Issue Date:December 2013
pp. 1
In this paper we investigate a new computing paradigm, called SocialCloud, in which computing nodes are governed by social ties driven from a bootstrapping trust-possessing social graph. We investigate how this paradigm differs from existing computing para...
On the interdependence and integration of variability and architectural decisions
Found in: Proceedings of the Eighth International Workshop on Variability Modelling of Software-Intensive Systems (VaMoS '14)
By Georg Leyh, Holger Eichelberger, Huy Tran, Ioanna Lytra, Klaus Schmid, Uwe Zdun
Issue Date:January 2014
pp. 1-8
In software product line engineering, the design of assets for reuse and the derivation of software products entails low-level and high-level decision making. In this process, two major types of decisions must be addressed: variability decisions, i.e., dec...
Derivation of domain-specific architectural knowledge views from governance and security compliance metadata
Found in: Proceedings of the 28th Annual ACM Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC '13)
By Huy Tran, Ioanna Lytra, Uwe Zdun
Issue Date:March 2013
pp. 1728-1733
In the area of software architecture, in recent years, modeling design decisions is becoming more and more popular as a means to record architectural knowledge (AK) and capture the rationale of a design. Unfortunately, decision modeling is rather time-cons...
Zoom: a multi-resolution tasking framework for crowdsourced geo-spatial sensing
Found in: Proceedings of the 9th ACM Conference on Embedded Networked Sensor Systems (SenSys '11)
By Huy Tran, Nirupama Bulusu, Thanh Dang, Wu-chi Feng
Issue Date:November 2011
pp. 391-392
Current sensor networks have limited use after deployment due to inability to dynamically update sensing tasks in the networks. Assigning multiple tasks to multiple sensor groups in a sensor network deployed over a large geographic region at fine granulari...
Model-driven and domain-specific architectural knowledge view for compliance meta-data in process-driven SOAs
Found in: Proceedings of the 2010 ICSE Workshop on Sharing and Reusing Architectural Knowledge (SHARK '10)
By Huy Tran, Schahram Dustdar, Ta'id Holmes, Uwe Zdun
Issue Date:May 2010
pp. 64-71
Architectural knowledge tends to get lost as the architecture evolves. In many cases, the main reason is that there are no incentives for stakeholders to invest enough time into recording the architectural knowledge. This is in part due to the generic natu...