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Definition of an object-oriented modeling language for enterprise architecture
Proceeding of the 38th Annual International conference on System Sciences
  • Lam-Son Le, University of Wollongong
  • Alain Wegmann, EPFL, Switzerland
Document Type
Conference Paper
Publication Date
1-1-2005
Abstract

In enterprise architecture, the goal is to integrate business resources and IT resources in order to improve an enterprise's competitiveness. In an enterprise architecture project, the development team usually constructs a model that represents the enterprise: the enterprise model. In this paper, we present a modeling language for building such enterprise models. Our enterprise models are hierarchical object-oriented representations of the enterprises. This paper presents the foundations of our language (i.e. the Living System Theory and the RM-ODP standard), the definition of the language and ends by presenting an example of an enterprise model developed with our web-based CAD tool.

RIS ID
40914
Citation Information
Lam-Son Le and Alain Wegmann. "Definition of an object-oriented modeling language for enterprise architecture" Proceeding of the 38th Annual International conference on System Sciences Vol. Hawaii (2005) p. 1 - 10
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/lsle/3/