3.2 All Viewpoint

The All Viewpoint refers to the totality of the different viewpoints that are used to present different types of models to different users. The All Viewpoint is the one that unifies all the architecture elements as one collection. The viewpoint is necessary for an audience that has an interest in the architecture data as well as the architecture project as a whole. The All Viewpoint is therefore essential to the repository that must hold all the architecture data from all the viewpoints as well as to the architecture development team that has to develop an integrated architecture that must provide many models to support many viewpoints.

Architecture Overview and Summary

The Architecture Overview and Summary (AV-1) model (see ...

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