PCL:a language for modelling evolving system architectures

Sommerville, Ian and Dean, Graham (1996) PCL:a language for modelling evolving system architectures. Software Engineering Journal, 11 (2). pp. 111-121.

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Abstract

The paper describes a language called PCL (Proteus Configuration Language), which has been designed to model the architecture of multiple versions of computer-based systems (system families). PCL has evolved from module interconnection languages, and its novel features include the ability to model the variability between members of a system family and facilities for the integrated modelling of hardware, software and documentation structures. The features of PCL are illustrated using a number of simple examples. A supporting toolset for PCL has been implemented and is briefly described

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Journal Article
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Software Engineering Journal
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07 Jan 2013 15:30
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