A Survey of Enterprise View Models

In this paper, we survey contemporary frameworks for visualizing the architecture of enterprises that use software-intensive systems to make their business manifest. We examine a number of such view models by presenting their viewpoints - the point of view of different stakeholders holding different concerns – together with their focus, an analysis of their strengths and weaknesses, and their history.

By: Grady Booch; Tilak Mitra

Published in: RC25049 in 2010


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