The role of logical decomposition in system architecture

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Murray Cantor

Date archived: May 13, 2019 | First published: August 15, 2007

from The Rational Edge: In the case of software systems, complexity may be measured in terms of the number of paths activity may follow to arrive at a given state. The more possible paths, the more complex the system. Read how Murray Cantor develops this thought in the context of system architecture.

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