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||Study on Architecture-Oriented Cloud Supply Chain Order Management System Model|
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architecture description language
||Structure-behavior coalescence (SBC) architecture is a systems model tool that can be used to describe and express the system view. In the definition of system norms, is the core corner of scientific development, can describe anything in the universe. SBC architecture system model is one of the most basic theories in systematics.|
This study is based on the cloud supply chain management system, which is an example of software system development. In addition to the system analysis process, the SBC architecture systems model is used to analyze the system. This study will reinterpret how the architecture description language (ADL) six golden law tools in the SBC architecture systems model apply to a variety of system development models with CMMI as a system development standard.
This research uses the system development model as the base criterion, with actual development system - cloud supply chain order tracking system as the research sample and the sample system analysis has been completed and entered the software development contracting stage. The system analysis research has been awarded the Small Business Innovation Research approval and subsidy allowance by Ministry of Economic Affairs. The author studied the system development process from the software system analysis, software system development and software system maintenance with overall analysis. Most of the research to system analysis and system development as the research policy, and this study is based on the SBC architecture systems model after the application of various development models to achieve CMMI requirements issued by the standard.
This study hopes to prove that the SBC architecture systems model can be applied to various system development modes in software system development and to re-confirm the value of SBC architecture systems model.
||Shuh-Ping Sun - chair|
Wei-ming Ma - co-chair
WIlliam S. Chao - advisor
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