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UML and Data Modeling: A Reconciliation by David Hay

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In 2008, Mr. Zachman and Stan Locke updated the framework to account for many of Mr. Hays concepts. Indeed, the third row is now the architects view, and the fourth row is the engineers view. The fifth row is the domain of technicians and the bottom row the view of the enterprises workers.[96]

Among the other results of Messrs. Zachmans and Sowas work was the development of the business rules movement that took on the issues raised by the business, and the natural constraints of operating on an enterprise. In Architecture Framework terms, business rules are motivation (why?) issues that, as with the other dimensions, look different from the point of view of the CEO, business owners, architects, designers, programmers, ...

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