Hierarchy-oriented modeling of enterprise architecture using reference-model of open distributed processing

@article{L2013HierarchyorientedMO,
  title={Hierarchy-oriented modeling of enterprise architecture using reference-model of open distributed processing},
  author={Lam-Son L{\^e} and Alain Wegmann},
  journal={Computer Standards & Interfaces},
  year={2013},
  volume={35},
  pages={277-293}
}
Modeling Enterprise Architecture (EA) requires the representation of multiple views for an enterprise. This could be done by a team of stakeholders that essentially have different backgrounds. One way to do this is to structure the model into hierarchical levels each of which can be of interest to just some, not all, stakeholders. Due to the multidisciplinary nature of EA, stakeholders simply cannot choose a single modeling approach, even a widely-recognized one, to build their enterprise model… CONTINUE READING

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