Trends in Enterprise Architecture Research: 5th Workshop, TEAR 2010, Delft, The Netherlands, November 12, 2010, Proceedings
Erik Proper, Marc Lankhorst, Marten Schönherr, Joseph Barjis, Sietse Overbeek
Springer Science & Business Media, Oct 29, 2010 - Business & Economics - 101 pages
The 2010 Workshop on Trends in Enterprise Architecture Research (TEAR), held in Delft, The Netherlands, was the ?fth one in an increasingly successful series of workshops, previously held in Hong Kong, Switzerland, Australia and Sweden. This year we received 15 papers. After an extensive review process by a distinguished international Program Committee, with each paper receiving at least three reviews, we accepted the 7 papers that appear in these proceedings. Congratulations to the successful authors! The discipline of enterprise architecture is commonly considered to have its birthinanacademicarticlebyJohnZachmanpublishedbytheresearch-oriented IBM Systems Journal. The growth of the discipline, however, took place mainly in the practitioner's cradle. In recent years, the industrial and governmental - terestinenterprisearchitecturehasincreaseddramatically.Meanwhile,therehas been steady academic work in the area, but research on enterprise architecture has been taking place in relatively isolated communities. The main objective of this workshop was to bring these di?erent communities of EA researchers - gether and to identify trends andmajor researchchallengesin EA research.This workshopprovided a discussion forum where researchersand practitionerscould meet and exchange experiences, problems and ideas related to EA. Thisyear'spaperscoverreportsonthee?ectivenessofenterprisearchitecture, case studies, core concepts of enterprise architectures, architecture description languages, as well as papers on the software and IT aspects of enterprise arc- tecture. ThepaperbyVasilisBoucharas,MarliesvanSteenbergen,SlingerJansen,and Sjaak Brinkkemper concerns a literature survey on the potential contribution of enterprise architecture to the achievement of business goals, while the paper by UlrikFranke,MathiasEkstedt,RobertLagerstrom ¨ ,JanSaatandRobertWinter complements this from a more practical perspective by providing a survey on the usage of enterprise architecture in practice.
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