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A multi-view architecting model is described based upon a decomposition of an architecture in 5 architectural views, ranging from customer objectives to realization. It is the task of the architect to keep these views consistent and to balance design decisions in the perspective of the stakeholder needs.
We derived this model from our experience in developing software intensive industrial products, 2 cases are described from the medical domain.
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