Coward, L Andrew; Gedeon, Tamas (Tom)
A system which performs a complex combination of behaviours has two superficially independent architectures. One is the functional architecture, which separates the behavioural features of the system into feature modules made up of groups of similar behaviours, and defines the interactions between features. The other is the system architecture (alternatively called the physical or information process architecture) which separates the physical information handling resources of the system into...[Show more]
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