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Advanced BDD Optimization

Rüdiger Ebendt; Görschwin Fey; Rolf Drechsler;

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Introduction

Rüdiger Ebendt; Görschwin Fey; Rolf Drechsler

In this chapter, we introduced the smart client and SOSC. First, we described the evolution of the smart client, in the context of the evolution of client architecture: from stand-alone applications, to thick clients in client/server applications, to thin clients in web-based applications, and to the new smart client architecture. Then we explored thick and thin clients in more detail, because smart clients are designed to have the advantages of both of these types of clients, while avoiding their disadvantages. Finally, we looked at the makeup of smart clients and SOSCs, which are the subject of this book.

In the next chapter, you’ll learn about the various types of smart clients.

Pp. 1-7

Preliminaries

Rüdiger Ebendt; Görschwin Fey; Rolf Drechsler

In this chapter, we introduced the smart client and SOSC. First, we described the evolution of the smart client, in the context of the evolution of client architecture: from stand-alone applications, to thick clients in client/server applications, to thin clients in web-based applications, and to the new smart client architecture. Then we explored thick and thin clients in more detail, because smart clients are designed to have the advantages of both of these types of clients, while avoiding their disadvantages. Finally, we looked at the makeup of smart clients and SOSCs, which are the subject of this book.

In the next chapter, you’ll learn about the various types of smart clients.

Pp. 9-43

Exact Node Minimization

Rüdiger Ebendt; Görschwin Fey; Rolf Drechsler

In this chapter, we introduced the smart client and SOSC. First, we described the evolution of the smart client, in the context of the evolution of client architecture: from stand-alone applications, to thick clients in client/server applications, to thin clients in web-based applications, and to the new smart client architecture. Then we explored thick and thin clients in more detail, because smart clients are designed to have the advantages of both of these types of clients, while avoiding their disadvantages. Finally, we looked at the makeup of smart clients and SOSCs, which are the subject of this book.

In the next chapter, you’ll learn about the various types of smart clients.

Pp. 45-119

Heuristic Node Minimization

Rüdiger Ebendt; Görschwin Fey; Rolf Drechsler

In this chapter, we introduced the smart client and SOSC. First, we described the evolution of the smart client, in the context of the evolution of client architecture: from stand-alone applications, to thick clients in client/server applications, to thin clients in web-based applications, and to the new smart client architecture. Then we explored thick and thin clients in more detail, because smart clients are designed to have the advantages of both of these types of clients, while avoiding their disadvantages. Finally, we looked at the makeup of smart clients and SOSCs, which are the subject of this book.

In the next chapter, you’ll learn about the various types of smart clients.

Pp. 121-143

Path Minimization

Rüdiger Ebendt; Görschwin Fey; Rolf Drechsler

In this chapter, we introduced the smart client and SOSC. First, we described the evolution of the smart client, in the context of the evolution of client architecture: from stand-alone applications, to thick clients in client/server applications, to thin clients in web-based applications, and to the new smart client architecture. Then we explored thick and thin clients in more detail, because smart clients are designed to have the advantages of both of these types of clients, while avoiding their disadvantages. Finally, we looked at the makeup of smart clients and SOSCs, which are the subject of this book.

In the next chapter, you’ll learn about the various types of smart clients.

Pp. 145-195

Relation between SAT and BDDS

Rüdiger Ebendt; Görschwin Fey; Rolf Drechsler

In this chapter, we introduced the smart client and SOSC. First, we described the evolution of the smart client, in the context of the evolution of client architecture: from stand-alone applications, to thick clients in client/server applications, to thin clients in web-based applications, and to the new smart client architecture. Then we explored thick and thin clients in more detail, because smart clients are designed to have the advantages of both of these types of clients, while avoiding their disadvantages. Finally, we looked at the makeup of smart clients and SOSCs, which are the subject of this book.

In the next chapter, you’ll learn about the various types of smart clients.

Pp. 197-209

Final Remarks

Rüdiger Ebendt; Görschwin Fey; Rolf Drechsler

In this chapter, we introduced the smart client and SOSC. First, we described the evolution of the smart client, in the context of the evolution of client architecture: from stand-alone applications, to thick clients in client/server applications, to thin clients in web-based applications, and to the new smart client architecture. Then we explored thick and thin clients in more detail, because smart clients are designed to have the advantages of both of these types of clients, while avoiding their disadvantages. Finally, we looked at the makeup of smart clients and SOSCs, which are the subject of this book.

In the next chapter, you’ll learn about the various types of smart clients.

Pp. 211-212

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Tipo: libros

ISBN impreso

978-0-387-25453-1

ISBN electrónico

978-0-387-25454-8

Editor responsable

Springer Nature

País de edición

Reino Unido

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