Evaluating initial architecture, Project Management

o Are the goals and philosophy of the architecture explained?

o Are assumptions and dependencies influencing the architecture identified?

o Are architecturally significant requirements identified and discussed?

o Are architecturally significant design elements, and key abstractions identified and discussed?

o Are critical system interfaces identified and discussed?

o Are layers subsystems and components identified, discussed, and shown?

o Does the system have a single consistent, coherent architecture?

o Does the architecture provide clear interfaces between components to facilitate team development?

o Does the architecture reduce complexity and improve understanding of the system?

o Does the packaging of the system exhibit high cohesiveness and low coupling?

o Is the complexity of the architecture for the system appropriate to the functionality it will provide (ie neither under- nor over- engineered)

o Are the diagrams representing the architecture clear and explanatory?

o Do the diagrams representing the architecture adhere to UML standards?

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