A problem area. Typically, many application programs exist to solve the problems in a single domain. The following prerequisites indicate the presence of a domain: the existence of comprehensive relationships among objects in the domain, a community interested in solutions to the problems in the domain, a recognition that software solutions are appropriate to the problems in the domain, and a store of knowledge or collected wisdom to address the problems in the domain. Once recognized, a domain can be characterized by its vocabulary, common assumptions, architectural approach, and literature.
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