Validation of architectural targets in business components identification

author: Oliver Skroch
published: July 15, 2009,   recorded: June 2008,   views: 2422

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Component identification is one decisive task in designing software architectures for large component-based information systems, and especially the quality of business components identification plays an important role in concurrent enterprising. Methods that have been developed for this task yield component architectures that conform to these methods target functions. This paper validates the soundness of architectures resulting from systematic component identification with the BCI (business components identification) method. We could derive our results from a real-life industry project where we show that architecture qualities required by stakeholders are directly covered from a target architecture generated through BCI application.

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