Enterprise Systems: Architecture, Implementation and Infrastructure
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While focusing on a holistic and integrated view of an organization, enterprise architectures can be subdivided into components such as business architecture, data architecture, application architecture, and technology architecture in order to contain the complexity of the design problem. This wide scope of systems, requires a great flexibility in technology and management that is not necessarily required in systems with a more narrow impact. This minitrack seeks to investigate issues specific to architecture, implementation, and infrastructure for enterprisewide systems. The diversity of topics represented in the three papers in this area are testament to the breadth of areas that impact upon enterprise systems.
Proceedings of the 36th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS’03)
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