Using ISO/IEC/IEEE 42010

How to Build, Implement, and Use an Architecture Metamodel
Chris Armstrong (APG, Inc.) describes a technique for designing custom metamodels, based on the ISO 42010 metamodel, and introduces a method for defining architecture viewpoints based on stakeholder scenarios and concerns. His implementation, for Sparx' Enterprise Architect, is available here:
AD42010 Metamodel and UML Profile model (Sparx .eap file),
Example metamodel using AD42010 profile (Sparx .eap file),
AD42010 EA MDG Technology (Sparx profile definition .xml file).
Health-Watcher AD:
Example of applying ISO/IEC/IEEE 42010 (circa draft version CD1) to the Health-Watcher system, based on Health-Watcher requirements document. This was a work-in-progress in need of completion/update. Contributions welcome. Alternate architectures are also encouraged, and can be posted here.
Subscription-Based Sensor Collection Service (SBSCS) AD:
The hello world equivalent of an architecture description conforming to ISO/IEC/IEC 42010.
SBSCS Example AD:
Tim O'Neill (Avolution) has provided an example architecture description using Avolution's tool, ABACUS. ABACUS is built on the IEEE 1471 – ISO/IEC 42010 conceptual model. The SBSCS example is from annex C of ISO/IEC WD4 42010.
Templates for using the Standard
Templates for architecture descriptions and for architecture viewpoints.
Views and Beyond AD template:
SEI's template for architecture documentation, based on the Views and Beyond (V&B) approach. The Microsoft Word template is compatible with IEEE Std 1471-2000.
Software Systems Architecture: Working With Stakeholders Using Viewpoints and Perspectives:
Nick Rozanski and Eóin Woods
Large Scale Software Architecture: A Practical Guide Using UML:
Jeff Garland and Richard Anthony
Viewpoint modeling:
Rich Hilliard (2001). An approach to defining architectural viewpoints meeting with IEEE Std 1471 requirements. Contains an early version of a template for defining viewpoints.
Course Descriptions for Architecture of Software-Intensive Systems:
Curriculum on Architecture and the Use of IEEE Std 1471 developed for the IEEE Software Engineering Competency Recognition Program.
The Open Group Architectural Framework (TOGAF):
TOGAF has been updated to incorporate use of IEEE Std 1471.
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