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Innovation Reconsidered

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"Innovation" and "innovative architecture" are topics of broad popularity in software engineering. Yet, the two terms appear to mean different things to different people-with interpretations of both driven more by personal interests than by their true meanings. It's therefore essential for architects to have a clear understanding of what "innovation" means in the context of their projects if they are to make the right design decisions and communicate the intended messages to project stakeholders.

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Software, IEEE  (Volume:30 ,  Issue: 1 )