Software Engineering-Analysis Modelling Issues

The requirements modeling activity for c/s systems differs little from the analysis modeling methods applied to more conventional computer architectures. Therefore, the basic analysis principles  and the analysis modeling methods  apply equally well to c/s software. It should be noted, however, that, because many modern c/s systems make use of reusable components, the qualification activities associated with CBSE  also apply.

Because analysis modeling avoids specification of implementation detail, issues associated with the allocation of software components to client and server are considered only as the transition is made to design. However, because an evolutionary approach to software engineering is applied for c/s systems, implementation decisions on the overall c/s approach (e.g., fat client vs. fat server) may be made during early analysis and design iterations.
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