Analysis, Design, and Prototype Implementation of a Contemporary Information System for the Marine Corps Institute
Kamel, Magdi N.
Baden, Kurt A.
Evers, Clayton O.
Hehe, Gerald L.
Peters, Gerald A.
Slaughter, Aaron T.
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This report develops an enterprise wide architecture for the use of information systems in support of the MCI activities. The overall architecture is specified by defining three types of architectures. Data Architecture defines the major kinds of data needed to support MCI business. IDEF1X modeling is used to represent data. Functional Architecture defines the major functions of the enterprise needed to manage the data. IDEF0 modeling is used to represent this architecture. Technology Architecture defines the technology platform needed to provide an environment for the applications that manage the data and support business functions. In addition to defining the architectures, a set of matrices is developed showing the relationship between entities, functions, organization units and locations. The information provided by these matrices is intended to challenge management to think about its structure, mission, goals, and the information needed to run MCI business.
NPS Report NumberNPS-SM-97-001
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