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Open Architectures in the Defense Intelligence Community

Open Architectures in the Defense Intelligence Community

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Eric Werner

In an era of sequestration and austerity, the federal government is seeking software reuse strategies that will allow them to move away from stove-piped development toward open, reusable architectures. The government is also motivated to explore reusable architectures for purposes beyond fiscal constraints: to leverage existing technology, curtail wasted effort, and increase capabilities rather than reinventing them. An open architecture in a software system adopts open standards that support a modular, loosely coupled, and highly...

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Architecting Systems of the Future

Architecting Systems of the Future

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Eric Werner

The power and speed of computers have increased exponentially in recent years. Recently, however, modern computer architectures are moving away from single-core and multi-core (homogenous) central processing units (CPUs) to many-core (heterogeneous) CPUs. This blog post describes research I've undertaken with my colleagues at the Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute (SEI)--including colleagues Jonathan Chu and Scott McMillan of the Emerging Technology Center (ETC) as well as Alex Nicoll, a researcher with the SEI's CERT Division--to...

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