Requirements Modelling and Specification for Service Oriented Architecture

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Wiley, Nov 20, 2008 - Computers - 320 pages
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Many software developers often confuse requirements engineering with software specification and, as a result, build unusable systems, despite meeting specifications. Bringing together all the techniques needed by the modern software developer, here is a practical handbook to requirements engineering and systems specification for developers building systems within a service oriented architecture. It introduces the concepts of SOA and relevant standards and technology, such as Web services and ESBs, and then presents a range of modern requirements engineering techniques.

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Ian Graham is an editor and the author of many science-based books for young readers. He has a degree in applied physics from London's City University.

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