Separation of Concerns


Plane of the representation of reality, considered separately to make it easier to study

Introduction to the notion

Merise identifies the separation of concerns: design, organizational, logical and physical.

Praxeme favors the term “aspect” which carries a similar, but slightly different, notion. In particular, “aspect” eliminates the hierarchical connotation that comes with the term “level.”

See the entry “Aspect” in the Thesaurus.

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About Dominique VAUQUIER

Créateur et auteur principal de la méthode Praxeme. Consultant : accompagnement de transformations, modélisateur, architecte métier, architecte logique (urbaniste de SI). Formateur : BPMN, SOA, Praxeme, modélisation.
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