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Architectural Decision Records

An ADR is usually a document which outlines the choices made for an architectural aspect of the system. By documenting the decisions and constraints, it makes it clear why it was chosen over other choices.

An AMMERSE Set can be used to express the vision of the design decision.

If you made a choice to make it Extensible, the architectural reasoning of Ex (1) would make this very clear.


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Level 1

7 Principles: Agile, Minimal, Maintainable, Environmental, Reachable, Solvable, Extensible.

Level 2

The AMMERSE Set has weights assigned to 7 Principles. eg. “Enterprise Strategy”.

Level 3

AMMERSE Sets in a grouping that work together for a purpose. eg. Modes.

Level 3.1

You can extend AMMERSE by creating your own Sets and Frameworks.

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