His main research concerns Software engineering, Software architecture description, Software architecture, Software development and Software. His Software engineering research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Programming language, Architectural pattern, Resource-oriented architecture, Software construction and Reference architecture. His studies examine the connections between Architectural pattern and genetics, as well as such issues in Architectural style, with regards to Computer engineering, Architectural technology and Architectural geometry.
His Software architecture description research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Systems architecture and Architecture description language. His research investigates the connection between Software architecture and topics such as Systems engineering that intersect with problems in Autonomic computing, Architectural model and Adaptation. In general Software development study, his work on Component-based software engineering and Software quality often relates to the realm of Partition testing, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
His main research concerns Software engineering, Software architecture, Software, Software development and Software system. His Software engineering study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Software architecture description, Architectural pattern, Resource-oriented architecture, Software construction and Systems engineering. His Software architecture description research is classified as research in Reference architecture.
His work deals with themes such as Computer architecture, Distributed computing, Software visualization, Architectural style and Adaptation, which intersect with Software architecture. His studies deal with areas such as Computer security and Representational state transfer as well as Architectural style. His research in Software intersects with topics in User interface, Traceability, Process and Component.
Richard N. Taylor focuses on Software engineering, Software architecture, Software, Adaptation and Knowledge management. Richard N. Taylor combines subjects such as Software development, Requirements traceability, Software system, Reference architecture and Source code with his study of Software engineering. The study incorporates disciplines such as Architectural pattern, Workflow, Resource-oriented architecture and Key in addition to Software architecture.
His Software research integrates issues from Information technology, Traceability and Systems engineering. His Adaptation study combines topics in areas such as Collaborative software, Architectural style, Process management and Flexibility. The concepts of his Architectural style study are interwoven with issues in Website architecture and Representational state transfer.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Software architecture, Software engineering, Systems engineering, Software and Adaptation. Richard N. Taylor has researched Software architecture in several fields, including Unified Modeling Language, Architectural style and Knowledge management. His biological study deals with issues like Software development process, which deal with fields such as Architectural engineering, WebDAV, Architectural pattern and Data science.
His research in Systems engineering tackles topics such as Software development which are related to areas like Reference architecture, Formal specification and View model. His research in the fields of Database-centric architecture overlaps with other disciplines such as Ecosystem. His Adaptation research also works with subjects such as
Architectural styles and the design of network-based software architectures
Roy Thomas Fielding;Richard N. Taylor.
Doctoral dissertation, University of California (2000)
A classification and comparison framework for software architecture description languages
N. Medvidovic;R.N. Taylor.
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (2000)
Principled design of the modern Web architecture
Roy T. Fielding;Richard N. Taylor.
ACM Transactions on Internet Technology (2002)
An architecture-based approach to self-adaptive software
P. Oreizy;M.M. Gorlick;R.N. Taylor;D. Heimhigner.
IEEE Intelligent Systems & Their Applications (1999)
Software Architecture: Foundations, Theory, and Practice
Nenad Medvidovic;Richard N. Taylor.
Architecture-based runtime software evolution
Peyman Oreizy;Nenad Medvidovic;Richard N. Taylor.
international conference on software engineering (1998)
A component- and message-based architectural style for GUI software
Richard N. Taylor;Nenad Medvidovic;Kenneth M. Anderson;E. James Whitehead.
international conference on software engineering (1995)
Partition testing does not inspire confidence (program testing)
D. Hamlet;R. Taylor.
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (1990)
Treating Electrical Storm Sympathetic Blockade Versus Advanced Cardiac Life Support-Guided Therapy
Koonlawee Nademanee;Richard Taylor;William E. Bailey;Daniel E. Rieders.
A framework for classifying and comparing architecture description languages
Nenad Medvidovic;Richard N. Taylor.
foundations of software engineering (1997)
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