Chapter 2. Inside the Common Information Model
“All of science is nothing more than refinement of everyday thinking.”
In This Chapter:
Having presented the case for a common information model, in this chapter we explore the content of the common information model. Although we refer to the common information model as if it were a single artifact, in fact it is made up of multiple models. Each model has
• Scope: The subject areas, or topics, that the models cover
• Perspectives: The types of models it contains
• Depth of detail: How close to the physical implementation it specifies
Chapter 2 explains each of these aspects so you can select which artifacts are relevant for your organization.
The term common information ...
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