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COMP610E Software Development of E-Business Applications A Report: Software Architecture AntiPatterns

By Ip Kin Sang


The study of AntiPatterns has recently emerged as a research area for detecting problematic constructions in OO designs. An AntiPattern describes a solution to a recurrent problem that generates negative consequences to the software. This report first introduces AntiPatterns and then the discussion will focus on four Software Architecture AntiPatterns: Stovepipe System, Vendor Lock-In, Circuitous Treasure Hunt and Excessive Dynamic Allocation. The AntiPatterns and their solutions will be discussed in details. Lastly, the applications of the strategies in solutions to these AntiPatterns in other aspects such as J2EE Design Patterns are also discussed. Table of Content

Year: 2011
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