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Probabilistic Modeling and Simulation of Vehicular Cyber Attacks: An Application of the Meta Attack Language
Attack simulations are a feasible means to assess the cyber security of systems. The simulations trace the steps taken by an attacker to compromise sensitive system assets. Moreover, they allow to ...
Towards a Quality Framework for Enterprise Architecture Models
This work suggests an Enterprise Architecture Model Quality Framework (EAQF) and applies it to a real world scenario and suggests a model quality framework for enterprise architecture models in general and frameworks or methods on that account in particular. Expand
A Probabilistic Enterprise Architecture Model Evolution
The Predictive, Probabilistic Architecture Modeling Framework (P²AMF) is refined and generalized from its UML/OCL notation to a graph presentation in order to apply it to EA models notated in arbitrary notations like ArchiMate to meet the requirements of a distributed EA evolution. Expand
Towards an Enterprise Architecture Model Evolution
This work proposes an enterprise architecture roundtrip process that guides the coordinated and project-driven distributed evolution of an EA model. Expand
A Continuous Delivery Pipeline for EA Model Evolution
This work proposes to adapt the well-known concept of continuous delivery (CD) from the agile software development domain to automate the necessary steps to ensure EA model quality by applying multiple validation and analysis steps. Expand
Creating Meta Attack Language Instances using ArchiMate: Applied to Electric Power and Energy System Cases
An approach to model security domains in ArchiMate notation is developed, which serves as input to simulate attacks on certain systems and shows the applicability of this approach in the power domain. Expand
Towards the Definition of Enterprise Architecture Debts
The consequences of EA implementation failure with a new metaphor –Enterprise Architecture Debt (EA Debt). Expand
A Case Study of Stakeholder Concerns on EAM
A stakeholder perspective to EAM research that considers stakeholder concerns on EAM across hierarchical levels is introduced, showing homogenous concerns among stakeholders on EA deliverables. Expand
Towards a Catalog of Enterprise Architecture Smells
The main goal of this work is to start the development of a catalog to facilitate future design and development of EAs and serve as food for thought to create a corresponding tool for the detection of smells. Expand