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An Executable Model Driven Framework for Enterprise Architecture Application to the Smart Grids Context

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An Executable Model Driven Framework for Enterprise Architecture Application to the Smart Grids Context
We propose a framework that allows for modeling Enterprise Architectures (EA) in order to automate analysis, prediction, simulation, and thus to address the key issue of business/IT alignment. Smart Grids are power grids enabled with Information and Communication Technologies. Extensive studies try to foresee the impacts of Smart Grids on electric components, telecommunication infrastructure, and industrial automation and IT. Our message is that Smart Grids have also impacts on the overall EA of grids operators. Therefore, our framework enables stakeholders to validate and criticize their modeling choices for the EA in the context of Smart Grids. It is a multi-view framework regarding three aspects ⎯ information, processes, and goals ⎯ for each view. We add an integration view to ensure inter- and intra-view consistency. We rely on Model Driven Engineering (MDE) techniques to ease the holistic modeling and analysis of enterprise systems. Finally, we show the utility of our approac...
Rachida Seghiri, Frédéric Boulanger,
Added 03 Apr 2016
Updated 03 Apr 2016
Type Journal
Year 2016
Where HICSS
Authors Rachida Seghiri, Frédéric Boulanger, Claire Lecocq, Vincent Godefroy
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