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Architectural Component Design

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Architectural Component Design

Architectural Component Design is a methodology used for the development of complex systems. Through this approach, a system is broken down into many independent components that can be designed, developed, and tested independently from one another. By developing components that are modular and self-contained, a system can be built to better meet specific needs without the need for complete system redesign. The main focus of the architectural component design is to use reusable components to reduce the time and cost associated with design, development, and testing of the system. This approach ensures that the system is optimized for the desired outcome, with each component fitting together like a puzzle and providing functionality and scalability as the system evolves.

Design patterns, architectural principles, code reuse, scalability, modularity, abstraction.

James Rothschild

CITATION : "James Rothschild. 'Architectural Component Design.' Design+Encyclopedia. (Accessed on April 01, 2023)"

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