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Research paper accepted at MeDMoT 2013

A paper has been accepted for publication at the International Workshop on Methodical Development of Modeling Tools (MeDMoT). In the paper, the author Team Matheus Hauder, Björn Wüst (iteratec), Max Fiedler, and Florian Matthes present an analysis of task and technology characteristics for Enterprise Architecture (EA) Management tool support. While currently available tools for EA management focus on structured information, the collaborative effort required for developing and planning the EA is often neglected. The paper investigates the integration of existing EA tools and Enterprise Wikis to increase the utilization of these tools by stakeholders and improve the availability of EA products in organizations. 





Article on Interactive Visualizations in Enterprise Architecture (EA)...

In the paper "Towards a Conceptual Framework for Interactive Enterprise Architecture Management Visualizations", the author team (Michael Schaub, Florian Matthes, and Sascha Roth) introduce a conceptual framework for interactive EA visualizations. The framework is demonstrated based on an example that has been implemented at our chair. Further, the framework is employed to relate different approaches.

Article on cross-cuttings aspects in EA modeling accepted at VORTE 2010

The article Conceptual models for cross-cutting aspects in EA modeling has been accepted for publication at VORTE 2010. In the article the author team (Sabine Buckl, Florian Matthes, and Christian M. Schweda) revisit the state-of-the-art in EA conceptualization. In result, they identify four cross-cutting aspects of EA modeling. Along these aspects questions concerning a suitable alternative modeling language for EA conceptualization are discussed.

Article on annotating EA information models accepted at EOMAS 2010

The article A technique for Annotating EA Information Models has been accepted for publication and presentation on the 6th international workshop on Enterprise & Organizational Modeling and Simulation (EOMAS 2010). In the article the author team (S. Buckl, F. Matthes, and C.M. Schweda) describe a technique for flexible combining EA-relevant goals and EA information models to optimally support EA management in a using company.

Article on concern relationships in EA modeling published at ONTOSE 2010

The article Exemplifying a Framework for Interrelating Enterprise Architecture Concerns has been accepted for publication and presentation at the 4th workshop on Ontology, Conceptualization and Epistemology for Information Systems, Software Engineering and Service Sciences (ONTOSE 2010). In the article the author team (S. Buckl, F. Matthes, C. Schulz and C.M. Schweda) describe a framework for relating different areas-of-interest (concerns) in the EA. This framework is further exemplified along an industry example with EA models for architecture analysis.