Wajdi Aljedaibi

Work place: Department of Computer Science, FCIT, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

E-mail: waljedaibi@kau.edu.sa


Research Interests: Computational Science and Engineering, Software Development Process, Software Engineering, Computer Architecture and Organization, Data Structures and Algorithms


Wajdi Aljedaibi is a faculty member of the Computer Science department in the Faculty of Computing & Information Technology (FCIT) at King Abdulaziz University. He served as the KAU IT Manager and then Dean of Information Technology at KAU. Wajdi was awarded the Ph.D. in Information Technology – Software Engineering and MSc. in Software Systems Engineering both from George Mason University. His current research interests are: CMMI-based evaluations and methods, component-based software engineering, software measurement, and ERP system.

Author Articles
ATAM-based Architecture Evaluation Using LOTOS Formal Method

By Muhammad Usman Ashraf Wajdi Aljedaibi

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijitcs.2017.03.02, Pub. Date: 8 Mar. 2017

System Architecture evaluation and formal specification are the significant processes and practical endeavors in all domains. Many methods and formal descriptive techniques have been proposed to make a comprehensive analysis and formal representation of a system architecture. This paper consists of two main parts, in first we evaluated system performance, quality attribute in Remote Temperature Sensor clients-Server architecture by implementing an ATAM model, which provides a comprehensive support for evaluation of architecture designs by considering design quality attributes and how they can be represented in the architecture. In the second part, we computed the selected system architecture in ISO standards formal description technique LOTOS with which a system can be specified by the temporal relation between interactions and behavior of the system. Our proposed approach improves on factors such as ambiguity, inconsistency and incompleteness in current system architecture.

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