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The DON views architecture federation as consisting of five central elements that govern the process and the methodology of federation: tiered accountability, categorization, semantic alignment, reference architectures, and search and discovery, as illustrated in Figure 1.
The objective is to develop "just enough" architecture to implement these capabilities and not deliver an overly developed, but poorly focused architecture product.
The combination of intelligent switches and specially designed software applications creates an architecture that effectively addresses both the scalability and data integrity limitations of previous solutions.
Architecture becomes the focus onto which love, hate and the emotions in between are projected, the conscious or unconscious representation of conditions that have little to do with the drawing office and the building product.
The attributes include a System-Oriented Architecture (SOA), net-centric data strategy, information assurance strategy, and the Net-Centric Operations Warfare (NCOW) reference model.
If the new architecture is to play a key role in the training of the visitor, acting as a reliable guide in the designed experience of this remarkable collection, we must first be trained how to experience the building itself.
#9 Cho-Heung Bank, with 12.4 terabytes of user data, is based on Sun's EDW Reference Architecture and Sybase IQ technology.
A well thought-out service-oriented architecture has some key on-demand characteristics.
The Wakesoft Architecture Platform includes a new version of the Wakesoft Architecture Server and adds three new components that in combination enable customers to mitigate risk of J2EE project delivery, while preparing for their larger SOA strategic initiatives.
Areas of focus: Architecture, interior design, master planning, landscape architecture, mechanical/electrical/plumbing, engineering, structural engineering, site civil design, construction phase services, etc.
It is appropriate that our conference on ethics in architecture takes place in this building, which is in itself a lesson in human nature and morality.
Georgia Clarke and Paul Crossley, eds., Architecture and Language: Constructing Identity in European Architecture, c.
Architecture: Cochran, Stephenson & Donkervoet Inc., Baltimore
While the term "open architecture" may make most of us think of a blueprint for a retractable-roof baseball sta-dium, it actually refers to an information technology system (software, hardware or a combination of both) that can be connected easily to devices and programs made by other manufacturers.
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