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A software architecture describes the structure of a computing system by specifying software components and their interactions. Mapping a software architecture to an implementation is a well known challenge. A key element of this mapping is the architecture's description of the data and control-flow interactions between components. The characterization of these interactions can be rather abstract or very concrete, providing more or less implementation guidance, programming support, and staticdoi:10.1145/1985793.1985852 dblp:conf/icse/CassouBCL11 fatcat:esno54er25axvns7y3jdp4gipi