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IoT (Internet of Things) systems are inherently distributed, heterogeneous, and complicated, hence designing architecture plays an important role in determining its functionality and quality in the early phase of development. However, designing architecture is not easy, because architects must address a number of system functionalities and quality requirements at the same time.
This course will give you an understanding of the concept of architecture and it will give you an approach to systematically design and evaluate IoT system architecture.
*This course was reorganized based on Smart Systems and Services innovative professional Education (SmartSE) program, which is a series of the education program Waseda University provides in Japanese. For more information, please visit: https://smartse.jp/en/
What you'll learnSkip What you'll learn
- How to recognize the concept of architecture and its importance in IoT system development
- How to design IoT system architecture according to an architecture design methodology called Attribute-Driven Design (ADD)
- How to evaluate IoT system architecture according to an architecture evaluation methodology called Architecture Tradeoff Analysis Method (ATAM)
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