Web-based Applied System
This chapter (Based on: (i) Levin MS (2011) Towards configuration of applied Web-based information system. Electronic preprint, p 13, Aug. 31, 2011. http://arxiv.org/abs/1108.6223 [cs.SE] (ii) Levin MS (2011) Aggregation of composite solutions: strategies, models, examples. Electronic preprint, p 72, Nov. 29, 2011. http://arxiv.org/abs/1111.6983 [cs.SE]) addresses configuration of applied Web-based information systems. The following design problems are examined: hierarchical modular modeling, combinatorial synthesis, improvement, design of system trajectory, and aggregation of structured solutions. Combinatorial synthesis is based on multiple choice problem or hierarchical morphological design (i.e., morphological clique problem). Aggregation process illustrated by two heuristics. Three typical applied Web-based information systems are considered as examples: communication service provider, corporate application, academic application.