The International Association of Software Architects (IASA) in Israel organized a special event with the participation of Dr. Daniel Gross, who talked about “Architectural Description Languages”.
Synopsis: In this talk Daniel reviews main findings of a recent international survey on the utility and adapted use of Architectural Description Languages in industry, and proposes some requirements for architectural design and documentation tools to support next generation ADLs.
Bio: Daniel received his PhD from the Faculty of Information at the University of Toronto, Canada. Daniel’s research focuses on developing socio-technical modelling and analysis techniques to support business and architectural decision-making in organizational settings. Daniel currently works as a knowledge representation researcher for a European FP7 R&D project (Risk and Cost Management during Open Source Software Adoption), and as a freelance Requirements Analyst. Daniel previously worked at the IBM in Belgium and Austria, in the areas of object-oriented methodology development and insurance business modelling, and in areas related to Workflow management. He holds UK, US and Canadian software patents to support recipient controlled communications mechanisms dealing with messaging related information overload.
These are the original slides of Daniel’s presentation:
Here is the video of the entire talk (in Hebrew):
This meeting was sponsored by SAP Labs Israel. Special thanks to Dima Khalatov who helped with the organization.
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