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too many editorial notes to suggest document is coherent and complete in itself One of the major ambiguities about architecture is about the scope of the real world that the architectural model describes. In practice one would talk about enterprise-wide architecture (as implicit in the TOGAF ADM cycle) similar to town planning and building code) and solution architecture, also called engineering or high level design of one identified system Since the stupid application refuses to accept my ballot comments, I will submit them manually. This distinction is required for meaningfull work in SC7, where most of the current standards are solution specific, not enterprise-wide. Even the ODP approach leans towards solution specific techniques. To be a viable effort, then this effort has to be enterpeise-wide. Fix the problems in the stuff I'm sending to R. Hillard and M. Zaman [Editor: see IE3-38 and IE3-39] See attached fil

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