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Vortragende(r) Alexis Bernhard
Vortragstyp Masterarbeit
Betreuer(in) Yves Schneider
Termin Fr 3. Juli 2020
Kurzfassung Multiple containers as packages of software code can interact with each other in a network and build together a container-based architecture. Huge architectures are hard to understand without any knowledge about the application or the applied underlying technologies. Therefore, this master thesis uses the approach of design pattern detection to reduce the amount of complexity of one architecture representation to multiple smaller pattern instances. So, a user can understand the depicted pattern instances in a short period of time by knowing the general patterns in advance.