Acme is an Architecture Description Language developed at Carnegie Mellon University. The official site describes it so:

Acme is a simple, generic software architecture description language (ADL) that can be used as a common interchange format for architecture design tools and/or as a foundation for developing new architectural design and analysis tools. [1]


  1. The Acme Architectural Description Language and Design Environment

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