Dr. William T. Schiano is Associate Professor of Computer Information Systems at Bentley University.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Translating Architectural Design Quality from the Physical Domain to Information Systems

Translating Christopher Alexander’s fifteen center properties from physical to information systems architecture demonstrates their importance in explaining how observers perceive design beauty and quality, and offers insights in both domains.

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Apache Web Server: Applying Lessons from Physical Architecture to Enable Systems to Thrive

To understand what has made the Apache web server thrive, and to learn from its success, this study turns to and translates lessons gleaned from physical architecture.

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Trust = Utility + Security: Designing for that Elusive Quality in Cloud Computing

This paper describes how Thriving Systems Theory can be applied to help design more secure and therefore more trustworthy components and services in cloud computing.

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Published Online: November 9, 2016

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