Matthias Postina

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Rigorous modelling techniques and specialised analysis methods support enterprise architects when embarking on enterprise architecture management (EAM). Yet, while customised modelling solutions provide scalability, adaptability and flexibility they are often in conflict with generic or reusable visualisations. We present an approach to augment customised(More)
This paper describes a novel approach that guarantees consistency of structure-based configuration models in an evolution process using a knowledge representation based on description logics. We define the term consistency and discuss different notions of consistency that are domain-dependent or configuration-tool specific. Change operations are introduced(More)
1 Motivation The discipline of Enterprise Architecture Management (EAM), while becoming firmly established with global enterprises, often remains unnoticed by medium-sized enterprises. In global enterprises the role of enterprise architects has been established for years, and they are equipped by EAM tools with underlying EA frameworks such as the Zachman(More)
—For many enterprises, introduction and maintenance of service orientation is still a daunting task and there is often no distinct idea of how to approach respective projects. Especially the migration of legacy systems functionality into a new service-oriented environment-the SOA enabling-is key to the success of SOA projects. Another challenge arises for(More)
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