Conceptual architecture


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Conceptual architecture

(1960–1993)
A form of architecture representing plans and drawings for buildings and cities never constructed. It can also be regarded as architecture arrested at the conceptual stage of development. The term also applied to work that could be realized but lacked the funds to construct it, or work done as an end in itself. It was also defined as a limitless activity devoid of dogma; that is, pure research or speculation.
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From a conceptual architecture point of view, the fundamental notion is that of a shared concept.
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The opening volume of the four-volume set describes conceptual architecture frameworks within the field of computer engineering, research fundamentals for understanding the developmental processes within computer engineering, and theories about human-computer interactions, ontologies, and software agents.
It is sometimes called conceptual architecture (Kruchten, 2000).
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Benoit's connections between the early and later writings and among the poetas, prose pieces, and correspondence illuminate the conceptual architecture of Mallarme's work and create, as Benoit notes of the poetas' sequence, "une vibration qui ne cesse pas" (58).
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Based on the interoperability and Web portal technology described previously, we developed a conceptual architecture (shown in Figure 3) to share geospatial components and to support application prototyping.
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