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College and semester: TESC, Nov 2017 Course code: CIS-351 Course name: Software Engineering Written Assignment 5 9.2. Present two or three examples of applications for each of the architectural styles noted in Section 9.3.1. Data-centered architectures: Office applications, Database software Daily Planners. Data-flow architectures: Spreadsheet software, Calendars, Inventory software Layered architectures: 9.3. Some of the architectural styles noted in Section 9.3.1 are hierarchical in nature and others are not. Make a list of each type. How would the architectural styles that are not hierarchical be implemented?
9.8. Using a data flow diagram and a processing narrative, describe a computer-based system that has distinct transform flow characteristics. Define flow boundaries and map the DFD into a software architecture using the technique described in Section 9.6.1.
Representation of Components DFD’s have the following symbols:
10.1. The term component is sometimes a difficult one to define. First provide a generic definition, and then provide more explicit definitions for object-oriented and traditional software. Finally, pick three programming languages with which you are familiar and illustrate how each defines a component.

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