Formal models of virtual enterprise architecture: Motivations and approaches

Goel, A, Schmidt, H and Gilbert, D 2010, 'Formal models of virtual enterprise architecture: Motivations and approaches', in Ting-Peng Liang; Houn-Gee Chen (ed.) Proceedings of the Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems - PACIS 2010, United States, 09/07/10 to 12/07/10, pp. 1206-1217.


Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: Conference Papers

Title Formal models of virtual enterprise architecture: Motivations and approaches
Author(s) Goel, A
Schmidt, H
Gilbert, D
Year 2010
Conference name Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems - PACIS 2010
Conference location United States
Conference dates 09/07/10 to 12/07/10
Proceedings title Proceedings of the Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems - PACIS 2010
Editor(s) Ting-Peng Liang; Houn-Gee Chen
Publisher Association for Information Systems
Place of publication United States
Start page 1206
End page 1217
Total pages 12
Abstract Enterprise Architecture deals with the structure of an enterprise, relationships and interactions of its units. It provides a holistic approach to reconcile IT and Business concerns in an enterprise. Virtual Enterprises are collaborative ad-hoc alliances of multiple enterprises for a specific business opportunity. First we discuss both paradigms and then the Enterprise Architecture viewpoint of Virtual Enterprise and provide a definition of Virtual Enterprise, Enterprise Architecture and Virtual Enterprise Architecture. This paper surveys research into formal models of Virtual Enterprise Architecture (modelling languages, reference models, architecture frameworks) and identifies current gaps in this research.
Subjects Interorganisational Information Systems and Web Services
Software Engineering
Keyword(s) Enterprise Architecture
Virtual Enterprise
Formal Models
Virtual Enterprise Architecture
Virtual Enterprise Modelling
Virtual Enterprise Architecture Modelling.
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