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|Case Study Background||p. 19|
|Service-Oriented Computing and SOA||p. 25|
|Understanding Design Principles||p. 103|
|Service Contracts (Standardization and Design)||p. 125|
|Service Coupling (Intra-Service and Consumer Dependencies)||p. 163|
|Service Abstraction (Information Hiding and Meta Abstraction Types)||p. 211|
|Service Reusability (Commercial and Agnostic Design)||p. 253|
|Service Autonomy (Processing Boundaries and Control)||p. 293|
|Service Statelessness (State Management Deferral and Stateless Design)||p. 325|
|Service Discoverability (Interpretability and Communication)||p. 361|
|Service Composability (Composition Member Design and Complex Compositions)||p. 387|
|Service-Orientation and Object-Orientation: A Comparison of Principles and Concepts||p. 445|
|Supporting Practices||p. 477|
|Mapping Service-Orientation Principles to Strategic Goals||p. 497|
|Principles and Patterns Cross-Reference||p. 529|
|Additional Resources||p. 533|
|About the Author||p. 535|
|About the Photos||p. 537|
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