Subject Index


A

Access control, 138-139

cleanrooms and, 271

e-commerce and, 149-150

free speech and, 293-296

government and, 293-296

privilege enforcement and, 149-150

rights management and, 276-284

security and, 148 (see also Security)

software industry and, 205

Accountability, 162-164

Accounting issues, 195-196

ActiveX, 104, 322

Ada, 236

Admission control, 341

Adobe Acrobat, 186, 333

Aggregation services, 141, 144-145

Agile development, 81-82

Algorithms, 94

Content Scrambling System and, 295-296

decryption, 153

source code, 100-104, 225, 244-247, 267-284

tradition of, 43, 46

Anonymity. See Privacy

Antitrust, 296-299

Appliances, 187, 321, 353-355

Application programming interfaces (APIs), 9, 231-232, 362

antitrust and, 298-299

bundling and, 190

core competencies and, 219-222

distribution and, 95-96

diversity and, 201-202

extension and, 91-92

modularity and, 90-92

portability and, 98-100

software industry and, 201-202

standards and, 235-238 (see also Standards)

suppliers and, 190

Application service providers, 176-177

suppliers and, 180-184

Application software, 64-65. See also Software; Software industry

composability and, 62-63

conceptualizing new, 48-49

cost and, 62

diversity and, 48

extensibility and, 60-61

federation of applications and, 60-61

flexibility and, 60-61

functionality and, 55-57

handcrafting and, 63

heterogeneity and, 46

industry-specific, 191-193

infrastructure and, 95-96

learnability and, 58

legacy and, 60-61

Moore's law and, 41

networks and, 42-44, 52-55

pay-per-use and, 190-191

performance and, 57

privacy and, 59-60

productivity and, 50-51

satisfaction-driven programs and, 61-62

security and, 57-58

sociotechnical, 46-48

subscriptions and, 190-191

suppliers and, 175

traditions in, 42-45

user types and, 45-46

value and, 49-63

Architecture, 84, 130. See also Software creation

administration and, 110-112

Brooks' law and, 85

client-server, 110-114

competition and, 228-229

composability and, 93-94

Conway's law and, 86

CORBA, 214, 218-219, 223, 237-238, 244

core competencies and, 219-222

development and, 70-82

divide and conquer approach, 71, 73

emergence and, 92-93

heterogeneity and, 207-219, 222-229

hierarchical decomposition and, 89-90

independent vendors and, 178-184

layering and, 207-219

modularity and, 87-90 (see also Modularity)

need for, 85-87

open systems and, 320-322

peer-to-peer, 110-114, 178-184, 243-244, 259-260

performance and, 110-112

pricing and, 188-193

product line, 245

reference, 255

role of, 87

of software industry, 199-229 (see also Software industry)

spiral model and, 74-76

suppliers and, 171-177

waterfall model and, 70-83

Arms Control Export Act, 285-286

Assets. See Economic issues

Atomic actions, 90-92

Authentication, 150-151

challenge-respond protocol, 152-154

cryptographic keys and, 152

digital certificates and, 155-160

passwords and, 152

smartcards and, 152

Automation, 47-48




Software Ecosystems(c) Understanding an Indispensable Technology and Industry
Software Ecosystem: Understanding an Indispensable Technology and Industry
ISBN: 0262633310
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2005
Pages: 145

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