Comprehensive measurement framework for enterprise architectures

  title={Comprehensive measurement framework for enterprise architectures},
  author={Mahesh R. Dube and Shantanu K. Dixit},
Enterprise Architecture defines the overall form and function of systems across an enterprise involving the stakeholders and providing a framework, standards and guidelines for project-specific architectures. [] Key Method The framework consists of unique combination of higher order goals, non-functional requirement support and inputs-outcomes pair evaluation. The earlier efforts in this regard were concerned about only custom scales indicating the availability of a parameter in a range.
Semantic derivation of enterprise information architecture from riva-based business process architecture
The development of the BPAOntoEIA framework that semantically derives EIA from a semantic representation of Riva-based BPA of an enterprise and provides a highly coherent semantic information model that is in-line with the theory of EIA design, semantically enriched, and fully utilises the semantic knowledge of business processes.
Enterprise Architecture Artifacts Enablers for IT Strategy and Business Alignment in Forwarding Services
This research will use The Open Group Architecture Framework to help request useful assistance for company and present a proposed application model that is tailored to the business processes and business needs of the company.
The e-Government interoperability through Enterprise Architecture in Indian perspective
  • A. Paul, V. Paul
  • Computer Science
    2012 World Congress on Information and Communication Technologies
  • 2012
The need and possibility of Enterprise Architecture concept in the Indian context to achieve the e-Govt interoperability for integration of e-Governance services is analyzed and a framework for this dilemma is proposed to arrive at the maturity level of e -Government in India that is expected in future by GOL.
An exploration of the many ways to approach the discipline of enterprise architecture
Despite growing interest in enterprise architecture (EA) around the world in recent years, a lack of common understanding is frequently described by EA researchers/practitioners. We conducted a
TOGAF Adaption for Small and Medium Enterprises
A survey with ToGAF experienced users was performed to get a better understanding of the most important parts of the framework and the possibility of adapting TOGAF to the requirements of SME.
Actualización del universo de marcos de trabajo de arquitectura empresarial. Identificación, caracterización y evaluación
The vast current universe of business architecture frameworks was investigated through their identification, characterization and evaluation, providing a comprehensive vision of this universe.
The Role of Customer-Centric, Cross-Functional Integration in Data Governance
Objective - The paper sheds light on customer database dynamics, dimensions and characteristics of adapted benefits connected with their business potential in a circular economy. The study suggests
Enterprise Architecture to Achieve Information Technology Flexibility and Enterprise Agility
Although enterprise architecture (EA) is a topic of significant interest among scholars and practitioners, limited empirical research exists examining EA in the context of routinization, use of
Measuring Enterprise Architecture Effectiveness: A Focus on Key Performance Indicators
Any organizational practice should be able to show its “value”, including enterprise architecture (EA). Measuring the extent to which EA leads to certain desired results is essential when determining
Study of factors affecting the performance of construction projects in AEC industry
  • Saurav Dixit
  • Business
    Organization, Technology and Management in Construction: an International Journal
  • 2020
Abstract A construction project is like a living entity and requires the interconnection and coordination of several stakeholders and many of them have their objectives, which sometimes create a


Standards on enterprise integration and engineering—state of the art
A survey of relevant standards in this area is presented and some recommendations for future works are given as part of the conclusion.
Software architecture in practice
This second edition of this book reflects the new developments in the field and new understanding of the important underpinnings of software architecture with new case studies and the new understanding both through new chapters and through additions to and elaboration of the existing chapters.
Dealing with Non-Functional Requirements: Three Experimental Studies of a Process-Oriented Approach
  • L. Chung, B. Nixon
  • Computer Science
    1995 17th International Conference on Software Engineering
  • 1995
An initial evaluation of the extent to which the framework's objectives are met is given, providing preliminary support for the usefulness of certain aspects of the framework, while raising some open issues.
A Framework for Information Systems Architecture
Information systems architecture is defined by creating a descriptive framework from disciplines quite independent of information systems, then by analogy specifies information systems architecture based upon the neutral, objective framework.
Designing software architectures to achieve quality attribute requirements
The authors describe a structure called a 'reasoning framework' as a modularisation of quality attribute knowledge that is situated inside an existing architectural design method so that a useful method exists while the open issues of designing to achieve quality attribute requirements are resolved.
MDA Tool Components: a proposal for packaging know-how in model driven development
This work introduces the notion of MDA Tool Component, a packaging unit for encapsulating business know-how and required resources in order to support specific modeling activities on a certain kind of model and introduces a two-layer MOF-compliant metamodel.
A Survey on Software Architecture Analysis Methods
This survey shows the state of the research at this moment, in this domain, by presenting and discussing eight of the most representative architecture analysis methods by making classifications, comparisons and appropriateness studies.
IEEE Recommended Practice for Architectural Description of Software-Intensive Systems
  • Computer Science
  • 2000
This recommended practice addresses the activities of the creation, analysis, and sustainment of architectures of software-intensive systems, and the recording of such architectures in terms of
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A work-in-progress approach that intends to formalize and facilitate empirical studies in Software Engineering in general and in Model-Driven Engineering in particular by using a detailed model of software that makes explicit the different intermediate models used at the different levels of abstraction.
The Unified Software Development Process
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