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Solution of Test Q3.
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Discussion on Q3. YOU MAKE YOUR STATE MODEL FOR YOUR PROCESS.
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Solution on Q4 Stakeholders Developing org Technical environment Architect’s Experience architecture system Architect’s influences
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Q4.ABC Architectures are influenced by system stakeholders and their requirements Developer (low cost), end user( performance, security, reliability, usability), customer(Low cost, timely delivery), marketing & maintenance staff (parity with competing products & modifiability) System requirements and properties Performance, reliability, availability, usability, interoperability etc Architect often has to fill in the blanks and mediate the conflicts in the requirement document
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Architectures are influenced by the developing organization Classes of influence: immediate business, long-term business, and organizational structure Architectures are influenced by the background and experience of the architects Architectures are influenced by the technical environment E.g., web-based, object-oriented, middleware- supported design for an information system
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Solution of Q1. Minimal risk Component based engg Economic factor Complexity Interface Functionality etc
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A description of system structure(s), process First artifact that can be analyzed to determine how well its quality attributes are being achieved, and it also
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