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Agile systems with reusable patterns of business knowledge; a component-based approach.


Agile systems with reusable patterns of business knowledge; a component-based approach.

Ed. by Amit Mitra and Amar Gupta.

Artech House


381 pages




Information-technology consultant Mitra and Gupta (management and technology, U. of Arizona-Tucson) explain how business knowledge is configured from shared components, revealing patterns that can accelerate and automate the design of resilient business processes and information models that support agile business practices and information systems. A companion volume, Creating Agile Business Systems with Reusable Knowledge, discusses the generic structure of knowledge. Neither volume requires having read the other.

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