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Requirements Analysis: From Business Views to Architecture by David C. Hay

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Chapter 8. Column Six: Motivation

Introduction

Interest in business rules is not a recent phenomenon, but its role in systems development has escalated significantly in recent years. Figure 8.1 shows the Architecture Framework with Column Six highlighted.

The Architect Framework—Motivation.

Figure 8.1. The Architect Framework—Motivation.

When the computer industry began, there were programs. All attention was paid to writing programs that performed functions. Beginning in the 1970s and more fully during the 1980s, people began to focus on data. Then, John Zachman published his architecture in 1987, adding location, reflecting the fact that distributed systems were all the rage. In 1992, ...

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