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Documenting Software Architectures: Views and Beyond, Second Edition by Judith Stafford, Robert Nord, Paulo Merson, Reed Little, James Ivers, David Garlan, Len Bass, Felix Bachmann, Paul Clements

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Chapter 2

1. Or perhaps it calls a program whose name was bound by a parameter at system-generation time or a program whose name it looks up via a name server. Many schemes are possible.

2. Of course, calls and other depends-on relations must be given their due. If a program in the subset calls, includes, or inherits from another program but doesn’t use it, the compiler is still going to expect that program to be present. But if it isn’t used, there need not be a correct implementation of it: a simple stub, possibly returning a pro forma result, will do just fine.

Chapter 4

1. The term service here designates a generic operation or function that can be invoked via a call-return connector; it does not refer to services as in service-oriented ...

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