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Designing patterns to support heterogeneous enterprise systems lifecycle

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1 Author(s)
Zykov, S.V. ; Higher Sch. of Econ., State Univ., Moscow, Russia

Enterprise software system (ESS) development is essentially complicated by increasing amount of data, its exponential growth and heterogeneous nature of systems components concerning to systems structuring and architecture. However, it appears that an integrated approach to ESS lifecycle support (including mathematical models and supporting CASE-tools) could help to outline component-level metadata pattern design. These patterns allow to efficiently organize ESS lifecycle by increasing the reuse of the software artifacts and by accelerating ESS adaptation to rapidly changing business requirements. The paper outlines the approach and discusses its possible implementations.

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Software Engineering Conference in Russia (CEE-SECR), 2009 5th Central and Eastern European

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28-29 Oct. 2009