Complex event as an core aspect of enterprise architecture EDEMF: Event Driven Enterprise Modelling Framework

Kim, Hyeonsook, Oussena, Samia and Komisarczuk, Peter (2013) Complex event as an core aspect of enterprise architecture EDEMF: Event Driven Enterprise Modelling Framework. In: 15th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems, 04-07 July 2013, Angers, France.

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Abstract

For the last decade, Complex Event Processing (CEP) has been emerged as a powerful instrument supporting a more agile and intelligent enterprise. Although several studies have attempted to extend current business modelling standards with elements of complex event modelling they have not fully integrated into Enterprise Architecture (EA). EA provides holistic approach of enterprise business and IT system modelling. In our view CEP is not just an element associated with a business process, but at the centre of business analysis and design. This paper proposes an EA modelling framework that takes CEP as a core aspect of modelling. The framework supports CEP based business architecture within different levels of abstraction: contextual, conceptual/logical, and physical. Meta-models in three hierarchies and model mapping between the meta-models have been developed and demonstrated on a linked data platform in a case study. The case study used the framework as a tool of analysis and modell ing, aiming to integrate scattered information as event data by specifying a complex event layer on top of legacy systems. The designed models were then transformed into executable program codes using the model transformation, for example, RDF script from information model; SPARQL query from complex event model.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
ISBN: 9789898565617
Identifier: 10.5220/0004440802920301
Page Range: pp. 292-301
Subjects: Computing
Depositing User: Vani Aul
Date Deposited: 21 Feb 2014 16:39
Last Modified: 01 Aug 2017 10:39
URI: http://repository.uwl.ac.uk/id/eprint/704

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