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A SIMPLE BUSINESS TRANSACTION?
THE EXTENDED OR VIRTUAL ENTERPRISE
1.3IT’S ALL ABOUT EXCHANGING DOCUMENTS
THE DOCUMENT TYPE SPECTRUM
DOCUMENT EXCHANGE AS LOOSE COUPLING
1.4UNDERSTANDING THE MEANING OF DOCUMENTS
INCOMPATIBLE INFORMATION MODELS
STANDARD INFORMATION MODELS
XML AS AN ENABLING TECHNOLOGY
1.6USING XML-ENCODED MODELS TO DESIGN AND DRIVE APPLICATIONS
DOCUMENT MODELS AS INTERFACES
1.6.3WEB SERVICES AND SERVICE ORIENTED ARCHITECTURES
1.8DOCUMENT ENGINEERING— A NEW AND SYNTHETIC DISCIPLINE
UNIFICATION IN DOCUMENT ENGINEERING
1.9THE DOCUMENT ENGINEERING APPROACH
KEY POINTS IN CHAPTER ONE
2.1.2FROM THE WEB FOR EYES TO THE WEB FOR COMPUTERS
XML’S BIG IDEAS
2.4SEPARATION OF CONTENT AND PRESENTATION
DEFINITION OF DOCUMENT TYPES
2.5.1DOCUMENTS AS IMPLEMENTATION MODELS
2.5.4RULES THAT SCHEMA LANGUAGES CAN’T REPRESENT
CONVERSION AND TRANSFORMATION
TRANSFORMATION FROM XML
KEY POINTS IN CHAPTER TWO
METAMODELS FOR PROCESSES
WHY BUSINESSES FOLLOW PATTERNS
FINDING PATTERNS IN THE MODEL MATRIX
USING THE MODEL MATRIX AS A FRAMEWORK
PROCESSES AND DOCUMENTS: YIN AND YANG
KEY POINTS IN CHAPTER THREE
VIEWS OF BUSINESS ORGANIZATION
PHYSICAL VIEWS OF BUSINESS ORGANIZATION
CONCEPTUAL VIEWS OF BUSINESS ORGANIZATION
CONCEPTUAL VIEWS OF BUSINESS RELATIONSHIPS
VIEWS OF BUSINESS INFORMATION
CONCEPTUAL VIEWS OF BUSINESS INFORMATION
VIEWS OF BUSINESS ARCHITECTURE
PHYSICAL VIEWS OF BUSINESS ARCHITECTURE
CONCEPTUAL VIEWS OF BUSINESS ARCHITECTURE
KEY POINTS IN CHAPTER FOUR
5.1THE COEVOLUTION OF TECHNOLOGY AND BUSINESS MODELS
5.2FROM HIERARCHICAL TO NETWORK MODELS
5.3INFORMATION ABOUT GOODS BECOMES A GOOD
5.4NEW BUSINESS MODELS FOR INFORMATION GOODS
5.6FROM TIGHTLY COUPLED TO LOOSELY COUPLED MODELS
5.7FROM PROPRIETARY TO STANDARD MODELS
5.8TOWARD MODELS WITH REUSABLE COMPONENTS
KEY POINTS IN CHAPTER FIVE
THE INTEROPERABILITY CHALLENGE
THE INTEROPERABILITY TARGET
RECOGNIZING EQUIVALENCE
CONTENT CONFLICTS
ENCODING CONFLICTS
STRUCTURAL CONFLICTS
DOCUMENT ASSEMBLY CONFLICTS
COMPONENT ASSEMBLY CONFLICTS
COMPONENT GRANULARITY CONFLICTS
SEMANTIC CONFLICTS
FUNCTIONAL DEPENDENCY CONFLICTS
6.6MOTIVATING THE DOCUMENT ENGINEERING APPROACH
KEY POINTS IN CHAPTER SIX
AN APPROACH, NOT A METHODOLOGY
7.2THE DOCUMENT ENGINEERING APPROACH
UNIFIED APPROACH TO MODELING
IMPLEMENTING MODELS IN APPLICATIONS
REFINE THE COMPONENT NAMES
ASSEMBLING DOCUMENT MODELS
STRATEGIC AND TACTICAL REQUIREMENTS
SOURCES OF REQUIREMENTS
CONTEXT AND REQUIREMENTS
EXPRESSING REQUIREMENTS AS RULES
STRUCTURAL REQUIREMENTS
PRESENTATION REQUIREMENTS
RULE TYPES AND CONTEXT DIMENSIONS
KEY POINTS IN CHAPTER EIGHT
9.1THE LEVELS OF ABSTRACTION CHALLENGE
ANALYZING BUSINESS ORGANIZATION
BUSINESS REFERENCE MODELS
BUSINESS PROCESS MODELING ARTIFACTS
ANALYZING BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS
DESCRIBING TRANSACTIONS
DOCUMENTS IN TRANSACTIONS
9.5BUSINESS SIGNALS: RECEIPTS AND CONFIRMATIONS
TRANSACTION PATTERNS
ANALYZING BUSINESS COLLABORATIONS
COLLABORATION PATTERNS
ESCALATING COMMITMENT
9.8.4MATERIALS MANAGEMENT AND DISTRIBUTION AND FULFILLMENT
INCREMENTAL INFORMATION TRAIL
KEY POINTS IN CHAPTER NINE
10.1WHY WE USE PATTERNS IN PROCESS MODELS
10.2HOW WE USE PATTERNS IN PROCESS MODELS
PATTERNS AND THE MODEL MATRIX
10.4IDENTIFYING CANDIDATE DESIGN PATTERNS
VARYING THE GRANULARITY OF PATTERNS
USING IMPLEMENTATIONS AS PATTERNS
CHOOSING APPROPRIATE PATTERNS
10.5.1VALIDATING REQUIREMENTS VS. DISCOVERING THEM
REINFORCING CONTEXTS WITH PATTERNS
APPLYING PATTERNS TO ACHIEVE INSIGHT
10.7INSTANTIATING PATTERNS TO CREATE NEW MODELS
10.7.2CONFIGURING COLLABORATION AND TRANSACTION PROPERTIES
KEY INFORMATION COMPONENTS
KEY POINTS IN CHAPTER TEN
CREATING THE INVENTORY
DOCUMENT ARCHAEOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY
UNDERSTANDING THE ORGANIZATION
11.2.3GENERIC INVENTORY PROCEDURES AND QUESTIONS
SAMPLING THE INVENTORY
11.3.1SAMPLING BASED ON DOCUMENT CHARACTERISTICS
SAMPLING BASED ON OTHER CONSIDERATIONS
KEY POINTS IN CHAPTER ELEVEN
HARVESTING COMPONENTS
12.1.1FINDING COMPONENTS IN TRANSACTIONAL DOCUMENTS
12.1.2FINDING COMPONENTS IN NARRATIVE DOCUMENTS
FINDING STRUCTURES FOR COMPONENTS
12.1.4FINDING SEMANTIC CONTENT IN PRESENTATION COMPONENTS
12.1.5FINDING MEANINGFUL CONTENT IN STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS
PRESERVING PRESENTATION COMPONENTS
ANALYZING SETS OF POSSIBLE VALUES
12.2.1CREATING A CONSOLIDATED TABLE OF CONTENT COMPONENTS
CONSOLIDATING COMPONENTS
ENSURING SEMANTIC UNIQUENESS
KEY POINTS IN CHAPTER TWELVE
ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN COMPONENTS
RULES IN NARRATIVE DOCUMENT CONTEXTS
RULES IN TRANSACTIONAL CONTEXTS
13.3METHODS FOR AGGREGATING COMPONENTS
THE CLASSICAL DOCUMENT ANALYSIS APPROACH
THE CLASSICAL DATA ANALYSIS APPROACH
13.4APPLYING NORMALIZATION TO DOCUMENT ENGINEERING
13.5REFINING THE DOCUMENT COMPONENT MODEL
REUSING COMPONENT PATTERNS
APPLYING COMPONENT PATTERNS
REFINING THE NAMES FOR COMPONENTS
CHECKING THE QUALITY OF ANALYSIS
KEY POINTS IN CHAPTER THIRTEEN
DOCUMENT AND DATABASE MODELS
DOCUMENT ASSEMBLY MODELS
14.3REFERENCE MODELS FOR DOCUMENT ASSEMBLY
USING BUSINESS RULES TO GUIDE ASSEMBLY
FOLLOWING THE PATHWAY
DESIGNING FOR IMPLEMENTATION
THE CHALLENGE OF CUSTOMIZATION
DOCUMENTING THE MODEL
KEY POINTS IN CHAPTER FOURTEEN
ENCODING MODELS IN XML
MODEL BASED APPLICATIONS
HOW MODEL BASED APPLICATIONS WORK
WHEN APPLICATIONS AREN’T BASED ON MODELS
MODEL BASED APPLICATIONS AS A GOAL
15.3MODEL BASED APPLICATIONS IN DOCUMENT ENGINEERING
15.3.3SINGLE SOURCE PUBLISHING AND PORTAL APPLICATIONS
KEY POINTS IN CHAPTER FIFTEEN
ORGANIZATIONAL MATURITY
MOTIVATING CAPABILITY ASSESSMENT
16.1.3THE DOCUMENT ENGINEERING CAPABILITY MATURITY MODEL
CONDUCTING A CAPABILITY ASSESSMENT
A SAMPLE OF PROJECT JUSTIFICATIONS
A SAMPLE OF PROJECT RISKS
KEY POINTS IN CHAPTER SIXTEEN
WHEN DISCIPLINES COLLIDE
17.2THE BUSINESS OF DOCUMENT ENGINEERING
17.3THE SUCCESSFUL DOCUMENT ENGINEER
Notes
Glossary
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