KaitoroBase: Visual exploration of software architecture documents

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KaitoroBase: Visual exploration of software architecture documents is a 2009 conference paper written in English by Su M.T., Hirsch C., Hosking J. and published in ASE2009 - 24th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Automated Software Engineering.

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This paper describes a software architecture documentation tool (KaitoroBase) built within the Thinkbase Visual Wiki to provide support for non-linear navigation and visualization of Software Architecture Documents (SADs) produced using the Attribute-Driven Design (ADD) method. This involves constructing the meta-model for the SAD in Freebase which provides the foundation for the graph-based interactive visualization enabled by Thinkbase. The resulting tool displays a graphical, high-level structure of SAD, allows for exploratory search, non-linear navigation, and at the same time connects to low-level details of SADs in a wiki.

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