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The Users View of Enterprise Integration and the Enterprise Process Architecture [chapter]

Juan Carlos Mendez Barreiro
2003 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
The paper describes an architecture and methodology developed for the introduction of enterprise integration into the enterprises in Mexico.  ...  Starting from the experience gained as a management consultant a concept has been developed that allows the user to understand, evaluate and implement integration technology.  ...  THE ENTERPRISE PROCESS ARCHITECTURE The concept was developed to support integration of the enterprise. Why named Enterprise Process Architecture (EPA)?  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35621-1_18 fatcat:qfou7355obdqblggjuogk4n6bu

Model Driven Upstream and Downstream Artifacts

Adnan Javed, Farooque Azam, Amjad Umar
2015 Procedia Computer Science  
It is important for a systems architect to be able to "zoom in" and "zoom out" different levels of details, i.e., to see the enterprise and business level views as well as to go into details of systems  ...  views and viewpoints in a step by step manner.  ...  , 17 and creates multiple views of an enterprise based on user input and information captured in related views.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2015.08.556 fatcat:ylr6tlyl2rd2tiuckiupfrwaqi

Enterprise Architecture Development Based on Enterprise Ontology

Zeinab Rajabi, Behrouz Minaei, Mir Ali Seyyedi
2013 Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research  
First, conceptual model of Enterprise Ontology based on the Zachman Framework is presented. Then, the Enterprise Architecture development process based on Enterprise Ontology is proposed.  ...  Using this solution, Staffs, stakeholders, users, architects, and systems achieved a common understanding of enterprise concepts and relationships and therefore, architecture data are collected in a correct  ...  We show a view of the process model of user idea processing by Enterprise Ontology, though the Enterprise Ontology model ( figure 6 and figure 7 ) contains more information than process model.  ... 
doi:10.4067/s0718-18762013000200007 fatcat:t542j4lsnbfx5aruzrrujnt4zy

Development of GERAM, A Generic Enterprise Reference Architecture and Enterprise Integration Methodology [chapter]

T. J. Williams
1995 Integrated Manufacturing Systems Engineering  
The IF ACIIFIP Task Force on Architectures for Enterprise Integration has developed an initial proposal for its Generic Enterprise Reference Architecture and Methodology (GERAM).  ...  The report briefly describes GERAM and the plans of the Task Force for its further development.  ...  The need on the part of final enterprise integration users for the simplest and most easily understandable and usable system of methodology, tools and illustrating architecture. 2.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34919-0_19 fatcat:esxp6xk35fh4xj652xqindw3pi

Evaluation of ARIS and Zachman Frameworks as Enterprise Architectures [chapter]

Melita Kozina
2014 Designing Enterprise Architecture Frameworks  
These frameworks called enterprise architectures can provide the conceptual foundation necessary for building and managing the integral business system and all its components.  ...  The goal of this paper was to analyze the Architecture of Integrated Information Systems (ARIS) and the Zachman frameworks, to define the criteria for comparison and evaluation of these approaches, and  ...  Integrating the other views constitutes the process view. This leads to a high level of consistency of the enterprise architecture.  ... 
doi:10.1201/b16417-4 fatcat:ty7inzvjqvejdba2g5rpn4gqge

A summary of the CIMOSA reference architecture [chapter]

J. Vlietstra
1996 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
The main goal of CIMOSA is to support process oriented modelling of manufacturing enterprises and to provide execution support for operation of enterprise systems based on those models.  ...  Emphasis in CIMOSA is on modelling support for business users 2 rather than for modelling specialists. P. Bernus et al. (eds.), Architectures for Enterprise Integration  ...  Several different views of the manufacturing enterprise content and structure are required to satisfy the needs of the different users of such an architecture.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34941-1_6 fatcat:ueqbjqgszvhp5owjziywtlwjze

Integration of IT service management into enterprise architecture

Christian Braun, Robert Winter
2007 Proceedings of the 2007 ACM symposium on Applied computing - SAC '07  
Based on the integration of service management into enterprise architecture, the integration of Service Oriented Architecture is discussed as a further extension.  ...  As a consequence, it is important to integrate service management and service orientation into enterprise architecture.  ...  Integration of IT Services into Enterprise Architecture The IT service view can be basically assigned to the application and software architecture, since software components, respectively their functionality  ... 
doi:10.1145/1244002.1244267 dblp:conf/sac/BraunW07 fatcat:fsdtfg5r6jgl7booecu5md76cq

Comparison of EAI Frameworks

Francisca Losavio, Dinarle Ortega, María Pérez
2005 Journal of Object Technology  
EAI (Enterprise Application Integration) is defined as the set of plans, methods and tools aimed at modernizing, consolidating, integrating and coordinating information systems within an enterprise.  ...  In consequence, the importance of integrating applications is at present a main concern of the software community, in particular the modeling of EAI for obtaining a more organized and unified view of the  ...  Users: An enterprise may have thousands of employees, suppliers and clients. The people of the enterprise must be organized, motivated, and led to achieve enterprise integration. 2.  ... 
doi:10.5381/jot.2005.4.4.a1 fatcat:37l5zxi56zfc3fnatkxu66npru

Comparison of Enterprise Modelling Methodologies [chapter]

K. Kosanke
1997 Information Infrastructure Systems for Manufacturing  
Both the information needed for the different modelling tasks and the results of the tasks can be explicitly identified thereby guiding the user of the methodology.  ...  Representation of modelling methodologies as business processes enables their comparability in terms of enterprise life-cycle coverage and capability of enterprise information collection and representation  ...  (Graphs with Results and Activities Interrelated)/GRAI Integrated Methodology Integrated Enterprise Modelling Purdue Eoterprise Reference Architecture IEM (Integrated Enterprise Modelling) [4] Table  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35063-9_11 fatcat:ou3m4drfmzb27iqg5k2w7dx5ie

An Agile Enterprise Regulation Architecture for Health Information Security Management

Ying-Pei Chen, Sung-Huai Hsieh, Po-Hsun Cheng, Tsan-Nan Chien, Heng-Shuen Chen, Jer-Junn Luh, Jin-Shin Lai, Feipei Lai, Sao-Jie Chen
2010 Telemedicine journal and e-health  
This research proposes the Agile Enterprise Regulation Architecture (AERA) of information security management for healthcare enterprises to implement as part of the electronic health record process.  ...  Survey outcomes and evidential experiences from a sample of medical center users proved that AERA encourages the information officials and enterprise administrators to overcome the challenges faced within  ...  Acknowledgments The authors acknowledge the contributions from all the IMC members and all the colleagues in NTU Hospital.  ... 
doi:10.1089/tmj.2010.0023 pmid:20815748 pmcid:PMC2956519 fatcat:k4tilgmlardaflhipuajsknryu

Data-Centric Enterprise Architecture

Zeinab Rajabi, Maryam Nooraei Abade
2012 International Journal of Information Engineering and Electronic Business  
Finally, the results and advantages of the solution are demonstrated.  ...  In this article, a solution is suggested for the Enterprise Architecture development. The solution focuses on architecture data in the Enterprise Architecture development process.  ...  In this approach, we have views and analyses as architecture results. The views are preliminary product in the Enterprise Architecture development process.  ... 
doi:10.5815/ijieeb.2012.04.08 fatcat:pbbz4uee4fcifmhoujjrvjwjia

Designing a Scalable Social e-Commerce Application

Eugenio Zimeo, Gianfranco Oliva, Fabio Baldi, Alfonso Caracciolo
2013 Scalable Computing : Practice and Experience  
By decoupling transactional behavior from batch processing, the pattern avoids the interference of knowledge extraction and reasoning processes with the state and the performance of the transactional subsystem  ...  This paper proposes an architectural pattern that helps designers to easily identify the subsystems that characterize intelligent enterprise systems.  ...  This work was partially supported by Italian Ministry of Economic Development in the context of the Intelligent Virtual Mall (InViMall) Project MI01-00123.  ... 
doi:10.12694/scpe.v14i2.845 fatcat:moxpah7tt5blpmeb5qlpn2ghvu

DevelopMate: A new paradigm for information system enabling

K. P. Hein
1990 IBM Systems Journal  
users of the processes to test and evaluate the ease of use of the system components.  ...  It is created through the common efforts of enterprise experts and data administrators. The enterprise data model connects to the process model via the data view.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.292.0250 fatcat:42arw6vpznentp4nxnadarcs4y

The External Intelligent Infrastructure [chapter]

Dag Karlsen, Frank Lillehagen, Dag Runar Elvekrok
2004 Processes and Foundations for Virtual Organizations  
Focus is on the services provided by the infrastructure, the structures of enterprise knowledge supporting them, and the contributions of Active Knowledge Modelling technology. L. M.  ...  (eds.), Processes and Foundations for Virtual Organizations  ...  Holistic view of Enterprise PROCESSES AND FOUNDATIONS FOR VIRTUAL ORGANI7ATIONS 3.2 The Enterprise Knowledge Architecture (EKA) The Enterprise Knowledge Architecture is a set of inter-dependent knowledge  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35704-1_29 fatcat:wtutmpcuebdtxlqjskrzufjsoq

Data Warehousing Systems: Foundations and Architectures [chapter]

Il-Yeol Song
2016 Encyclopedia of Database Systems  
DW systems address the two primary needs of enterprises: data integration and decision support environments. During the 1980s, relational database technologies became popular.  ...  These needs resulted in the development of a new breed of database systems that can process complex decisionmaking queries against integrated, historical, atomic data.  ...  In this architecture, a DW structure is defined by a set of materialized views over OLTP systems. End-users directly access the data through the materialized views.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4899-7993-3_121-3 fatcat:332r2eeytbfodh5fj2eeoyquae
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