Software architecture analysis method
Software architecture analysis method (SAAM) is a method used in software architecture to evaluate a system architecture. It was the first documented software architecture analysis method, and was developed in the mid 1990s to analyze a system for modifiability, but it is useful for testing any non-functional aspect.
SAAM was a precursor to the architecture tradeoff analysis method.
- Rick Kazman, Gregory Abowd, Len Bass, Paul Clements. "http://www.sei.cmu.edu/library/abstracts/whitepapers/scenariobasedanalysisnov1996.cfm". Retrieved 2006-10-22.
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