Lagerström, Robert and Johnson, Pontus and Ekstedt, Mathias and Franke, Ulrik and Shahzad, Khurram (2017) Automated Probabilistic System Architecture Analysis in the Multi-Attribute Prediction Language (MAPL): Iteratively Developed using Multiple Case Studies. Complex Systems Informatics and Modeling Quarterly (11). pp. 38-68. ISSN 22559922
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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.7250/csimq.2017-11.03
The Multi-Attribute Prediction Language (MAPL), an analysis metamodel for non-functional qualities of system architectures, is introduced. MAPL features automate analysis in five non-functional areas: service cost, service availability, data accuracy, application coupling, and application size. In addition, MAPL explicitly includes utility modeling to make trade-offs between the qualities. The article introduces how each of the five non-functional qualities are modeled and quantitatively analyzed based on the ArchiMate standard for enterprise architecture modeling and the previously published Predictive, Probabilistic Architecture Modeling Framework, building on the well-known UML and OCL formalisms. The main contribution of MAPL lies in the probabilistic use of multi-attribute utility theory for the trade-off analysis of the non-functional properties. Additionally, MAPL proposes novel model-based analyses of several non-functional attributes. We also report how MAPL has iteratively been developed using multiple case studies.
|Deposited By:||Ulrik Franke|
|Deposited On:||02 Jan 2018 12:22|
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