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Towards a Common Terminology in the Discipline of Enterprise Architecture

  • Marten Schöenherr
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 5472)

Abstract

This paper presents a literature analysis considering 126 references to support a common terminology in the discipline of Enterprise Architecture (EA). In a first step, it surveys EA-Drivers, addressed architectural layers and the differentiation of contributions focusing on architectural descriptions and architectural development.

Keywords

Enterprise Architecture Terminology Drivers Architecture Layers 

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  • Marten Schöenherr
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  1. 1.Deutsche Telekom Laboratories (T-Labs)Technical University of BerlinGermany

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