An introduction to model-driven architecture

Part III: How MDA affects the iterative development process

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Alan Brown and Jim Conallen

Date archived: December 19, 2016 | First published: May 15, 2005

from The Rational Edge: As an iterative development framework, the Rational Unified Process,or RUP, is flexible enough to suit a variety of project management styles. As RUP-based teams begin adopting model-driven architecture (MDA) strategies, they need to understand which roles, artifacts, and phrases within RUP require particular attention for successful MDA adoption.

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