Executable architecture

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An Executable Architecture (EA), in general, is the description of a system architecture (including software and/or otherwise) in a formal notation together with the tools (e.g. compilers/translators) that allow the automatic or semi-automatic generation of artifacts (e.g. capability gap analysis (CGA), models, software stubs, Military Scenario Definition Language (MSDL)) from that notation and which are used in the analysis, refinement, and/or the implementation of the architecture described.[1][2][3][4]

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Subjects closely related to EA include:


Implementations of EA include:

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  1. ^ Pawlowski, Tom, "Executable Architecture", MITRE, 2004 [1]
  2. ^ Garcia, Johnny, "Executable architecture analysis modeling", ISBN 1-56555-314-4, 2007 [2]
  3. ^ Youssef, R., Kim, B., Pagotto, J., Vallerand, A., Lam, S., Pace, P., Pogue, C., Greenley, A., "Toward an Integrated Executable Architecture and M&S Based Analysis for Counter Terrorism and Homeland Security", RTO-MP-MSG-045, NATO OTAN, February 2007 [3] Archived May 17, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
  4. ^ Harrison, Gregory A., Hutt, Russell, Kern, Howard S., Saidi, Salaheddine, Young, Christopher A., "Federated executable architecture technology as an enabling technology for simulation of large systems", 2006 [4]

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