Purdue Enterprise Reference Architecture

Known as: Pera 
Purdue Enterprise Reference Architecture (PERA) is an 1990s reference model for enterprise architecture, developed by Theodore J. Williams and… (More)
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2004
2004
Enterprise Integration (EI) is a key concept of Enterprise Engineering (EE) programs. This paper modifies the definition of… (More)
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2003
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2003
BACKGROUND Cardiomyocytes derived from human embryonic stem (hES) cells could be useful in restoring heart function after… (More)
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2001
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2001
The Nodal and Hedgehog signaling pathways influence dorsoventral patterning at all axial levels of the CNS, but it remains… (More)
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2000
2000
Among normative models for democracy, the Deliberative mod el suggests that public policy decisions should be made only following… (More)
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1999
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1999
We present two methods, both based on topological ideas, to the solvability of boundary value problems for differential equations… (More)
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1998
1998
This paper describes PERA (the Purdue Enterprise Reference Architecture) and shows its relationships to GERAM (the Generalized… (More)
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1995
1995
PERA (the Purdue Enterprise Reference Architecture) is a complete Enterprise Reference Architecture as defined by the IFAC/IFIP… (More)
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1994
1994
L E V E L MODELLING FRAMEWORK: USER ORIENTED PART MODELLING FRAMEWORK: TECHNICAL ORIENTED PART Conceptual 
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1993
1993
The responses of five tomato cultivars (L. esculentum Mill) of different degrees of salt tolerance were examined over a range of… (More)
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