I'm going underground for several hours to pour through about 300 technical papers I've collected from the ACM and IEEE. In my conference room, I have physical copies of quite a few ACM and IEEE journals, each going back to the mid-70s, but when I'm blasting through the literature as I am today, using online digital libraries is far superior. Unlike the sites I gritched about in yesterday's posting, the printed literature has the advantage of being vetted through peer review in most cases, and so the signal to noise ratio is far above that found on the Web.
After I attend to my day job :-) and when I emerge from my reading frenzy, I'll start enumerating the most relevant articles I find (on the subject of software architecture, of course).
General Software Architecture Papers
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