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Systems Architectures and Innovation

This is a working paper by Stefano Miraglia. The concepts developed in the paper may provide partners with new principles for product design and engineering, and indications for developing more accurate measures of two fundamental characteristics of technological products: modularity and integrality. In particular, the proposed framework may help IT architects design software and hardware platforms that can be more easily and effectively altered, reconfigured, and upgraded to meet ever changing market and customer needs.

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