by A. Bijlsma, B.J. Heeren, E.E. Roubtsova, S. Stuurman
Publisher: FTA 2011
Number of pages: 162
The central theme of this course book is balancing the concerns and requirements of stakeholders, combining these into an architecture proposal by employing known tactics and patterns, producing a description of the architecture that can be communicated and analysed, and evaluating the resulting architecture's qualities.
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