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Software Visualization in the Context of Service-Oriented Architectures

Type of Publication: Article in Collected Edition

Software Visualization in the Context of Service-Oriented Architectures

Author(s):
Eicker, Stefan; Spies, Thorsten; Kahl, Christian
Title of Anthology:
Proceedings of the 4th IEEE International Workshop on Visualizing Software for Understanding and Analysis (Vissoft2007)
pages:
108-111
Publisher:
IEEE
Location(s):
Banff, Alberta, Canada
Publication Date:
2007
ISBN:
1-4244-0600-5
Language:
english
Keywords:
Software visualization, SOA, service-oriented architecture, comprehension, visualization
Digital Object Identifier (DOI):
doi:10.1109/VISSOF.2007.4290708
Link to complete version:
https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?tp=&arnumber=4290708
Citation:
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Abstract

Software visualization contributes to the support and maintenance of software systems, especially to alleviating the handling of a systems’ complexity. This article deals with approaches to visualization in the context of service-oriented architectures, which allow the building of flexible system environments, but which are nevertheless subject to a dynamic outer field. Thus a distinctive understanding both from the technological and from the functional point of view is an important prerequisite for a successful implementation of such systems. The following article presents a concept of three-dimensional views as well as the development of a visualization pipeline to create dynamic views. These approaches provide the stakeholders with access to relevant information which can then be integrated into the over-all context.