IDEF METHODS IN ENTERPRISE MODELING
Arguments for the practicability and possibilities of using SADT and IDEF methods in enterprise modeling by the stages of the model life cycle are given. The requirements of GOST R ISO 19439–2008 are analyzed. The requirements of the phases, ideas and generality of the modeling process are aligned with the capabilities of IDEF modeling methods in terms of data, functional modeling and scenario modeling, complemented by data flow diagrams, role diagrams, and organizational structure. Functional IDEF0-model, synthesized as a result of institution available information analysis, becomes dominant. Enterprise concept model can be represented in the IDEF1X notation. It generates requirements that control the synthesis of the IDEF0 model. The information model complements and structures the functional model data. It is represented by the semantic data model in the IDEF1X notation. Resource and organizational representations are derived from the IDEF0 model and can be represented by a tree of roles and role groups. To specify the models (particularize the functions), it is appropriate to use to use IDEF3 and DFD notations.
Authors: G. I. Prokofiev, R. V. Shubin
Direction: Informatics, Computer Technologies And Control
Keywords: The requirements of the modeling standard, the most important representations of models, aspects, stages and methods of modeling, IDEF-methods for enterprise model design
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