The main schools of thought are oriented toward:
The pattern-oriented model works with the aim of collecting and reusing different architectural patterns. As software architecture evolves in the organization, it will leave a collection of architectural patterns, which can be reused to tackle similar issues. The functionality-oriented model identifies individual components of the problem domain, their functionality and their communication patterns with other components. The reference model view uses existing reference models like RM-ODP. A total architecting solution derives from all these views.
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