week2 discussion zachman - The Zachman Framework for Enterprise Architecture(Originally called the Zachman Framework for Information Systems

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The Zachman Framework for Enterprise Architecture (Originally called the Zachman Framework for Information Systems Architecture) is a matrix that attempts to define and describe all these possible views of an enterprise. It starts off by defining six perspectives from which the enterprise may be viewed, they are: Planner / Contextual Owner / Conceptual Designer / Logical Builder / Physical Sub-contractor / Out of Context Functioning Enterprise These perspectives were originally identified and defined based on the perspectives that are applicable when building other complex engineering products, such as bridges, aeroplanes and high-rise buildings. They form the rows of the matrix.. The columns of the Framework consist of six focus areas that are applicable to an organization. These focus areas are best described by a set of interrogative questions,
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  • Fall '14
  • Smith,R
  • Extensional definition, Enterprise Architecture framework, zachman framework

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