CHAPTER 4

Design Framework for Intelligent Enterprise Architectures

We define our framework as a set of concepts, practices, and general design structures that can be used to generate a complete service design. We start from the Ontology presented in Chapter 1 that structures all the design elements, in particular, the business and architecture design components. We also recall that our approach relies on patterns that serve as reference models for generating design proposals. Patterns basically model the structures of components and relationships that must exist for a business to function properly. Besides, they may also provide alternative structures that are appropriate for different ways of handling a business. Then, the components of the ...

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