Design and Implementation Strategies
This chapter addresses basically the pragmatic support for the production of a final implementation of a distributed information system, on basis of a high-level architectural design called initial architecture. This production process, which is called implementation phase ([G08]), is decomposed into two sub-phases. These two sub-phases share an intermediate design called reference implementation ().
KeywordsImplementation Strategy Design Step Reference Implementation Synchronous Communication Final Implementation
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