Architecture Description

Some articles on description, architecture, architecture description, architecture descriptions:

Moving Picture Experts Group - Standards
... to by similar notation MPEG-7 (2002) Multimedia content description interface ... Binary MPEG format for XML, Fragment Request Units, Bitstream Syntax Description Language (BSDL) and others) MPEG-C (2006) MPEG video technologies ... Architecture, Multimedia application programming interface (API), Component model and others) Supplemental media technologies (2008) ...
ISO/IEC 42010 - Conformance To ISO/IEC/IEEE 42010 - Architecture Description
... An architecture description is an artifact describing the architecture for some system of interest ... Architecture descriptions have a variety of uses ... Per ISO/IEC/IEEE 42010, an architecture description conforming to the standard is expected to include identification and overview information of the ...
ISO/IEC 42010 - Conceptual Foundations - Conceptual Model - Architecture Description
... ISO/IEC/IEEE 42010 conceptual model an architecture description expresses an architecture identifies a system of interest identifies 1 or more stakeholders ... It states that an architecture description may have correspondences and correspondence rules ...

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