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Software Design and Architecture: Harvard Referencing Style

The software architecture of a program or computing system is the structure or structures of the system, which comprise software components, the externally visible properties of those components, and the relationships between them.

Harvard Referencing Style

 Harvard referencing style commonly called author, date referencing style. This is a citation style in which partial citations—for example, "(Smith 2010, p. 1)"—are enclosed within parentheses and embedded in the text, either within or after a sentence. They are accompanied by a full, alphabetized list of citations in an end section, usually titled "references", "reference list", or "end-text citations". Parenthetical referencing can be used in lieu of footnote citations.

Harvard Referencing Style Guidance

Harvard Referencing Style Generator

Harvard Referencing tutorial

Title: Tutorial for Harvard Referencing Style

Duration: 10 Minutes and 08 Seconds

Language: English