Software Architecture: Organizational Principles and Patterns

Prentice Hall, 2001 - 281 Seiten
Presents an approach to software architecture that takes organizational issues into consideration. The approach uses a series of five principles--vision, rhythm, anticipation, partnering, and simplification--to reveal hidden risks and opportunities of software architecture. Complementing these principles are criteria, patterns, and antipatterns. The criteria help assess how well each principle is being performed currently, and the patterns and antipatterns provide guidance on how to apply the principles. c. Book News Inc.

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DAVID M. DIKEL is a senior member of the professional staff at SRA International, where he focuses on large-scale architecture definition and management.

DAVID KANE is Director of the Technology Team at SRA International, where he specializes in Web-based applications and software architecture.

JAMES R. WILSON is Chief Technology Officer for Cyberserv, where he manages software product-line architecture and Web applications.

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