An Introduction to Residuality Theory by Barry M O’Reilly

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Residuality theory is a revolutionary new theory of software design that aims to make it easier to design software systems for complex business environments. Residuality theory models software systems as interconnected residues – an alternative to component and process modeling that uses applied complexity science to make managing uncertainty a fundamental part of the design process.

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