An Applied Mathematical Model for Business Transformation and Enterprise Architecture: The Research Development Project Concept (RDPC)

An Applied Mathematical Model for Business Transformation and Enterprise Architecture: The Research Development Project Concept (RDPC)

Copyright: © 2020 |Pages: 28
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-1009-4.ch004

Abstract

The HMM research and development project concept (RDPC) uses factor-driven research and reasoning concept that is supported by a behaviour-driven development environment or a natural language programming that can be easily adopted by any RDPC, where the HMM framework offers such a high level factors editing their logic implementation environment that it can be used by any RDPC researchers without any prior knowledge in computer sciences, technical, or even advanced mathematics. The RDPC is a meta-model that can be used for research topics on enterprise architecture, business transformation or decision-making systems, mathematical models-algorithms. It is supported by many real-life cases. The uniqueness of this RDPC also promotes the future transformation project's unbundling and the alignment of various enterprise resources including services, architecture standards, and strategies to support business transformation processes as the first.
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Introduction

The RDPC is a meta-model that can be used for research topics on, enterprise architecture, business transformation or decision making systems, mathematical models-algorithms, is supported by many real-life cases. The uniqueness of this RDPC is that the it promotes also the future transformation project’s unbundling and the alignment of various enterprise resources including services, architecture standards and strategies to support business transformation processes as the first step of any undertaking (Farhoomand, 2004). Actual archaic RDPCs are managed as separate research projects where their internal and external quantitative (sub)methods deliver focused recommendations. This book’s authors consider existing works interesting but not sufficient because of the lack of a holistic approach with regards with existing methodologies (Creswell, & Plano Clark, 2017). Such works are a jumpstart to the authors’ proposed framework, and its RDPC.

Key Terms in this Chapter

DMS: Decision-making system.

JEE: Java extended edition.

NLP: Natural language programming.

Manager: Business transformation manager, in this research and framework.

GUID: Global user identifiers.

EA: Enterprise architecture aims to simplify the information systems (IS) of a company, and to reduce the cost of IS development and evolution.

LRL: Literature review library.

MM: Mathematical model.

TKM&F: This research’s framework.

TOGAF: The Open Group’s architecture framework.

ADM: Architecture development method.

AMM: Applied mathematical model.

AofABS: Architect of adaptive business systems.

DMP: Decision-making process.

ML: Mathematical language.

UoW: Unit of work.

ICs: Information and communication system.

IDDevOps: Development and operations engineering.

iDV: Independent variable.

Project: Business transformation project.

RDPC: Research and development project.

CRM: Client relationship management.

KIDP: Knowledge and intelligence design pattern.

MFD: Model first driven.

DpV: Dependent variable.

DevOps: Development and operations is an abbreviation for “development” and “operations”; is a software engineering methodology for managing software development (Dev) and technology operations (Ops). The main aim of DevOps is to enable automation and tracing for all phases of software implementation, from integration, testing, releasing to deployment and infrastructure management.

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