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Software Architecture in Practice, Second Edition by Paul Clements, Len Bass, Rick Kazman

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Chapter 5. Achieving Qualities

with Felix Bachmann, Mark Klein, and Bill Wood

Note: Felix Bachmann, Mark Klein, and Bill Wood are senior members of the technical staff at the Software Engineering Institute.

Every good quality is noxious if unmixed.

—Ralph Waldo Emerson

Chapter 4 characterized a number of system quality attributes. That characterization was in terms of a collection of scenarios. Understanding what is meant by a quality attribute enables you to elicit the quality requirements but provides no help in understanding how to achieve them. In this chapter, we begin to provide that help. For each of the six system quality attributes that we elaborated in Chapter 4, we provide architectural guidance for their achievement. The tactics ...

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