Concept

Executable architecture

Summary
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. Closely related subjects Subjects closely related to EA include:
  • Object Management Group's Model-driven architecture
  • Object Management Group's Business Process Management Initiative
  • Vanderbilt University's Model Integrated Computing (MIC)
Implementations Implementations of EA include:
  • Rational Rose
  • Generic Modeling Environment (GME)
  • Open-Source eGov Reference Architecture (OSERA)
See also
  • Business Process Execution Language (BPEL)
  • Business Process M
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