Study of Architectural Choice Impact on Software Sustainability

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Topic: Software
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Software architecture is the structure of the system, which comprises software elements, their externally visible properties, and the relationships among them. Today software architectural patterns (or styles) are used for solving some frequently repeated problems. For instance, the blackboard style is used where a centrally maintained knowledge repository must be updated by a large number of users. In this paper, the authors explore how the choice of software architecture can affect software energy use and CO2 emissions - two specific issues related to software sustainability.

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