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Deriving the logical data model from the business model

Objective

Incorporated within the business model is what previous methods referred to as the conceptual data model (CDM). The various possibilities that the unified modeling language (UML) provides, mean that the passage rules from an object model to a logical data model (LDM) need to be completed.

Gathering these rules together, this document highlights the decisions that need to be taken regarding data architecture, within the logical aspect of the Enterprise System Topology.

Content

  • Guidance for data architecture
  • Summary of data related decisions
  • Prerequisite work on the semantic model
  • Deriving the LDM from the semantic model
  • Decisions on the LDM
  • Elements for physical data modeling

Author

Dominique VAUQUIER

Translator

Joanne TOWARD

Version

1.3, le 10 July 2009

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