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History: Library architecture

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  • Name: Library architecture
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    People who study "Library architecture" investigate In software engineering, a Library Oriented Architecture (LOA) is a set of principles and methodologies for designing and developing software in the form of reusable software libraries constrained in a specific ontology domain.

    Some reasons we look at "Library architecture" include LOA provides one of the many alternate methodologies that enable the further exposure of software through a service-oriented architecture.

    Principles, Benefits, software library are a few categories of "Library architecture".

    Gruber, Thomas Robert, Triana are some authorities of "Library architecture".