The Nightly News Nightmare: Television's Coverage of U.S. Presidential Elections, 1988-2004
This book presents the current state of practice and research in the area of software architecture. In addition to detailing critical problems and their possible solutions in the field, the book identifies the gaps between business needs and research results and attempts to provide a bridge between them. Its scope includes theory, processes, technology, and specific examples. It represents:
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