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The method is based on multiple views that are integrated by qualities and architectural reasoning. Story telling is used as complementary submethod to gather requirements and to make specification and design discussions specific.
The architecting method is applied in retrospect on the development of a Medical Imaging Workstation. The Medical Imaging Workstation case is used to evaluate the method.
The thesis is structured in four parts: Introduction, Architecting method, Medical Imaging Workstation case, and Evaluation and Conclusions. The first part articulates the research question and the hypothesis. The last part assesses the hypothesis by evaluating the use of the method in the case.
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