Relational Diagram

The purpose of the Relational Diagram is to document the relationship between different types of information on a physical level.

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Data Model Diagram

The Purpose of the Data Model Diagram template is to model the structure of data entities of an Information System and their relationships.

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Data Flow Diagram

he purpose of the Data Flow Diagram is to document a system’s or part of a system’s data flows; the data input the system (or a process within the system) consumes and the data output the system produces.

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Content Map

The purpose of the Content Map template is to describe the Content Items that are produced, exchanged and consumed in the enterprise space.

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Conceptual Data Model

A conceptual data model is a high level or coarse data model which is preliminary in structure, possibly abstract in content and sparse in attributes, that is intended to represent a business area.

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Concept Model

The purpose of a Concept Model is to organize an enterprise’s vocabulary to support consistent and unambiguous communication about specific problem domains across business units.

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Business Object Model

The purpose of the Business Object Model is to present a structured view of an organization’s products and services.

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Requirements Realization Viewpoint

The requirements realization viewpoint allows the designer to model the realization of requirements by the core elements, such as business actors, business services, business processes, application services, application components, etc. Typically, the requirements result from the goal refinement viewpoint.

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