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Software architecture : foundations, theory, and practice
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Domain-Specific Software Architectures 4. ATAM 8. Design Techniques Limitations of OOD It views all applications as foundationw of one software species an objectregardless of purpose It provides only one kind of encapsulation the obje. Subsystem- and System-Level Analysis 8.