Appendix A Architecture Methodology Used in This Book

Influences include old and new methodologies: structured analysis and design, information engineering, object orientation, pattern languages, and BPM.

IN DISCUSSING THAT QUESTION OF “how,” the focus of this book is on achievable systems architectures, down to a detailed function, process, data, and systems representation. This also required careful thought as to methodology. The approach here was to mix older methodologies deriving from structured analysis and design and information engineering with newer representation techniques based on object orientation, pattern languages, and BPM. The works of Ed Yourdon, Meilir Page-Jones, James Martin, Clive Finkelstein, Martin Fowler, Geary Rummler ...

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