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architecture

Informatics
The form and manner in which a computer system and its components interact.

Vox populi
The shape or organisation of a structure or process.
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It approaches DON architecture federation from the perspective of developing a repeatable process that, when applied to any number of architectures, produces a consistent result.
The success of architecture's contribution to modernization and transformation can be measured in terms of a return on investment.
What was lacking was an architecture that delivered a combination of consolidated management and enough bandwidth and processing power to handle demanding enterprise workloads.
In addition, the architecture design documents the enterprise of services and replaces the function of a specification.
Stirling was prone to dramatic gestures, in architecture as in life, and the assertive, obviously monumental tower was his response.
More information about Sun Reference Architectures, including the Enterprise Datawarehouse Reference Architecture is available online at http://sun.com/products/architectures-platforms/refarch.
Lautenbacher, ordered the creation of a functional architecture depicting the agency's myriad observing systems.
Turbo Architecture helps the user integrate multiple-project architectures with each other and with a regional architecture.
--DoD Federated Joint Architectures Working Group recommendation, December 2005
"The latest challenge in expanding agency-based enterprise architectures is attempting to understand broader relationships and interdependencies among partnering agencies," Pierson said.
There are opportunities for lower latency (or delay) in server architectures. In contrast to PCI, PCI Express has minimal sideband signals and the clocks and addressing information are embedded in the data.
Mr Jencks had been onto something ever since his Architecture of a Jumping Universe, where he brooded over the first effects of the sciences of the twentieth century on architecture.

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