Date of Award
Master of Science in Computer Science - (M.S.)
Robert Michael Klashner
Selection of the correct software architecture is vital for building successful software-intensive systems. Its realization requires important decisions about the organization of the system and by and large permits or prevents a system's acceptance and quality attributes such as performance and reliability. The correct architecture is essential for program success while the wrong one is a formula for disaster.
In this investigation, potential software architectures for the Next Generation Satellite Orbital Control System (NG-SOCS) are developed from compiled system specifications and a review of existing technologies. From the developed architectures, the recommended architecture is selected based on real-world considerations that face corporations today, including maximizing code reuse, mitigation of project risks and the alignment of the solution with business objectives.
Nowak, Thomas Gerard, "Next generation satellite orbital control system" (2005). Theses. 517.