Requirements Engineering for Model-Based Enterprise Architecture Management with ArchiMate

@inproceedings{Bork2018RequirementsEF,
  title={Requirements Engineering for Model-Based Enterprise Architecture Management with ArchiMate},
  author={Dominik Bork and Aurona J. Gerber and Elena-Teodora Miron and Phil van Deventer and Alta van der Merwe and Dimitris Karagiannis and Sunet Eybers and Anna Sumereder},
  booktitle={EOMAS@CAiSE},
  year={2018}
}
The role of information systems (IS) evolved from supporting basic business functions to complex integrated enterprise platforms and ecosystems. [] Key Result The evaluation results, requirements as well as a conceptualization for further development are presented and are of value for both, enterprise architecture researchers and enterprise architects.

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