View TRAK:Architecture View

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Version & Date

30th September 2011

Configuration History

See change record for the TRAK metamodel at http://trakmetamodel.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/trakmetamodel/trunk/?view=log

Definition

From ISO/IEC 42010:

A representation of a whole system from the perspective of a related set of concerns.

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Tests For

Tests Against

Attributes

  • view description - description of the architecture view
  • view identifier - the alphanumeric means of identifying the architecture view
  • view title - the title of the architecture view

Inherited attributes:

+  from Architecture Description Element

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Implementation of TRAK Attribute Names and Values

The implementation of TRAK attributes in a tool is controlled by ‘TRAK. Implementation. Architecture Description Elements’ with respect to the case, spelling of attributes and format of values. See References section below.

Relationships

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Architecture View participates in:

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Configuration History

See change record for the TRAK metamodel at http://trakmetamodel.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/trakmetamodel/trunk/?view=log

Master Architecture View

Any Architecture View used within an architecture description of the system-of-interest must appear on a MV-02 Architecture Design Record View for the architecture description.

The MV-02 is the Master Architecture View for Architecture View.

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Comments

Where does the architecture view live in the AD or model? From an architecture description perspective it is always important to have a clear idea of what the system-of-interest is that is to be modelled. For example, is it a product or is is the business that produces the product? The two will contain quite different architecture elements and will be contained (organised) into different packages or folders within any repository. The Architecture View(s) will therefore be held in different places.

An Architecture View is specified by an Architecture Viewpoint (in accordance with ISO/IEC 42010).

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