Corpus ID: 32151097

IP modularity in software products and software platform ecosystems

  title={IP modularity in software products and software platform ecosystems},
  author={J. Waltl},
  • J. Waltl
  • Published 2013
  • Computer Science, Engineering
  • This dissertation examines the impact of an architecture that is modular w.r.t. Intellectual Property (IP) on software products and software platform ecosystems. The results extend the existing literature on IP modularity by demonstrating a direct association between IP modular product/platform architecture and the business models of the software products or software platforms developers seeking to generate profits. In addition, the early consideration of IP requirements in the requirements… CONTINUE READING
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