Distributed systems and numeric calculation

Eliza Consuela ISBĂŞOIU, Mădălin Gabriel PREOTESESCU, Claudiu CHIRU

Abstract


Many software applications are considered as being failures, due to the fact that they cannot deal with certain issues. Thus the application and the investment are not justified. This situation is named implementation trap [1]. The resolution of a false problem can damage the whole project: it can be abandoned, so one can lose time and money. The architecture offers different but complementary points of view over the soft.

 


Keywords


software architecture, web services, numeric calculation, distributed systems

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