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A number of Enterprise Architecture Frameworks (EAF) do exist, which are sometimes different in approaches and at other times are based on other frameworks. This paper presents a survey of the current state of EAF. Comparisons will be held among some selected frameworks based upon different criteria. These criteria will include the current market share of(More)
Adequate, timely and effective consultation of relevant stakeholders is of paramount importance in the requirements engineering process. However, the thorny issue of making sure that all relevant stakeholders are consulted has received less attention than other areas which depend on it, such as scenario-based requirements, involving users in development,(More)
The development of E-government systems faces many challenges and problems including interoperability, integration, complexity and lack of standards. Enterprise Architecture is considered to be an efficient tool to overcome these challenges; however one of the important steps that must to be taken is to choose an appropriate Enterprise Architecture(More)
The aim of the fourth workshop on Object-Oriented Architectural Evolution was to discuss into more detail a number of important issues raised during the previous workshop: the relationship between domain analysis and software architecture, the importance of architectural views and layering techniques, and the applicability of existing object-oriented(More)