Logical Architecture (glossary)
The logical architecture of a system is composed of a set of related technical concepts and principles that support the logical operation of the system. It includes a functional architecture, a behavioral architecture, and a temporal architecture. (Created for SEBoK)
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The term "logical architecture" is used in ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288:2008 without normative reference.
For a full discussion of the role and importance of logical architecture in Systems Engineering see the Architectural Design: Logical article.
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