Enterprise Model Patterns
The UML VersionOnline Periodical or Article - 2011
In 1995, David Hay published "Data Model Patterns: Conventions of Thought" -- the groundbreaking book on how to use standard data models to describe the standard business situations. This book builds on the concepts presented there, adds 15 years of practical experience, and presents a more comprehensive view. You will learn how to apply both the abstract and concrete elements of your enterprise's architectural data model through four levels of abstraction: Level 0: An abstract template that underlies the Level 1 model that follows, plus two meta models; Level 1: An enterprise model that is generic enough to apply to any company or government agency, but concrete enough to be readily understood by all; Level 2: A more detailed model describing specific functional areas; Level 3: Examples of the details a model can have to address what is truly unique in a particular industry.
Publisher: Bradley Beach, N.J. : Technics Publications, c2011.
Branch Call Number: QA76.9.D37 H38 2011
Characteristics: 1 online resource (660 p.) : ill.
Alternative Title: Describing the world