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Communications in Computer and Information Science
The paper reports an application of Architecture-based Tradeoff Analysis Method (ATAM) for early evaluation of the Dynamic Map architecture. The Dynamic Map is a complex information system, composed of spatial databases, storing static and dynamic data relevant for urban traffic, as well as a set of software modules responsible for data collection, interpretation and provision. Due to the complexity of the system, its size and key importance of its services to other subsystems, we decided todoi:10.1007/978-3-642-38559-9_22 fatcat:4mcukd4oardxzbcg5plxsjnxc4