Lessons Learned in Reference Modeling

Lessons Learned in Reference Modeling

Wolfgang Hohnel (PPI Consulting Group GmbH, Germany), Daniela Krahl (PPL Consulting Group GmbH, Germany) and Dirk Schreiber (University of Applied Aciences Bonn-Rhein-Sieg, Germany)
Copyright: © 2007 |Pages: 17
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59904-054-7.ch017
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A reference model is always developed in order to support a specific purpose. The development environment is setting the broader context. Limitations are not only set by size and experience of the modeler team or by budget and time constraints. The intended usage scenario also defines the fundamental contour of a reference model. During the practical work with reference models, a range of key issues has come up to increase the suitability of reference models for daily use. As the result of many projects, the authors have summarized the key issues and formulated critical success factors for reference modeling projects.

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