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From Resource Description Framework (RDF) Model and Syntax Specification (1999-02-22) | Glossary for this source

A representation of a property in a graph form; specifically the edges in a directed labeled graph.

From XML Linking Language (XLink) (2001-06-27) | Glossary for this source

Information about how to traverse a pair of resources, including the direction of traversal and possibly application behavior information as well, is called an arc

From Web Services Glossary (2004-02-11) | Glossary for this source

  1. The software architecture of a program or computing system is the structure or structures of the system. This structure includes software components, the externally visible properties of those components, the relationships among them and the constraints on their use. (based on the definition of architecture in [Soft Arch Pract])

  2. A software architecture is an abstraction of the run-time elements of a software system during some phase of its operation. A system may be composed of many levels of abstraction and many phases of operation, each with its own software architecture. [Fielding]

MARC record

From Glossary of "Weaving the Web" (1999-07-23) | Glossary for this source

A standard for machine-readable library catalogue cards.
reference architecture

From Web Services Glossary (2004-02-11) | Glossary for this source

A reference architecture is the generalized architecture of several end systems that share one or more common domains. The reference architecture defines the infrastructure common to the end systems and the interfaces of components that will be included in the end systems. The reference architecture is then instantiated to create a software architecture of a specific system. The definition of the reference architecture facilitates deriving and extending new software architectures for classes of systems. A reference architecture, therefore, plays a dual role with regard to specific target software architectures. First, it generalizes and extracts common functions and configurations. Second, it provides a base for instantiating target systems that use that common base more reliably and cost effectively. [Ref Arch]

security architecture

From Web Services Glossary (2004-02-11) | Glossary for this source

A plan and set of principles for an administrative domain and its security domains that describe the security services that a system is required to provide to meet the needs of its users, the system elements required to implement the services, and the performance levels required in the elements to deal with the threat environment. A complete security architecture for a system addresses administrative security, communication security, computer security, emanations security, personnel security, and physical security, and prescribes security policies for each. A complete security architecture needs to deal with both intentional, intelligent threats and accidental threats. A security architecture should explicitly evolve over time as an integral part of its administrative domain's evolution. [RFC 2828]

service-oriented architecture

From Web Services Glossary (2004-02-11) | Glossary for this source

A set of components which can be invoked, and whose interface descriptions can be published and discovered.

technical architecture group

From Glossary of W3C Jargon (2003-03-11) | Glossary for this source

n. A group of 9 people who work on various aspects of Web Architecture

The Glossary System has been built by Pierre Candela during an internship in W3C; it's now maintained by Dominique Hazael-Massieux

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