Information Engineering PPT

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  • During the course of Detailed Business Area Analysis, the scope of the project is constantly refined. Detail is added only where there is a clear requirement for it from users. The level of detail should be enough to evaluate the entire business area. A single business area may foster several bus...
  • Information Engineering PPT

    1. 1. INFORMATION ENGINEERING ELLOSO / IGNACIO / SEMINIANO / TARUN
    2. 2. Overview  What is Information Engineering?  History  Variants of IE  IE Techniques  Software tools for IE
    3. 3. What is Information Engineering?  It is a systematic approach to the analysis, design, assessment, implementation, test, maintenance and reengineering of software.  An integrated and evolutionary set of tasks and techniques that enhance business communication throughout an enterprise enabling it to develop people, procedures and systems to achieve its vision
    4. 4. History  It originated in Australia between 1976 and 1980, and appears first in the literature in a series of six InDepth articles by the same name published by US Computerworld in May - June 1981.  Information engineering first provided data analysis and database design techniques that could be used by database administrators (DBAs) and by systems analysts.
    5. 5. History (cont)  Clive Finkelstein  “Father of Information Engineering”
    6. 6. History (cont)  The Finkelstein thread evolved from 1976 as the business driven variant of IE. The Martin thread evolved into the data processing-driven (DP) variant of IE.  From 1983 till 1986 IE evolved further into a stronger business-driven variant of IE, which was intended to address a rapidly changing business environment.
    7. 7. IE variants  DP-driven  Business-driven
    8. 8. DP-driven Variant of IE  Information Strategy Planning (ISP): develop a plan for implementing business systems to support business needs.  Outline Business Area Analysis (OBAA) : answers a range of questions related to implementation of a business area.
    9. 9. DP-driven Variant of IE (cont)  Detailed Business Area Analysis (DBAA) : provide detailed models as a solid basis for system design.  Business System Design : specify all aspects of a system that are relevant to its users, in preparation for the technical design, construction, and installation of one or more closely related databases and systems.
    10. 10. DP-driven Variant of IE (cont)  Technical Design : prepares an implementation area for construction and installation.  Construction : produce a system, as defined in the technical specification, on time and within budget.  Transition : the period during which newly developed procedures gradually replace or are interfaced with existing procedures.
    11. 11. Business-driven Variant of IE for Rapid Delivery  Strategy Analysis : This is a rapid delivery method for senior managers and business unit managers for refinement of existing strategic business plans, or development of new strategic business plans if none exist yet.  Strategic Modeling: This uses a facilitated modeling session with senior business managers who review the strategic business plans to develop a strategic model.
    12. 12. Business-driven Variant of IE for Rapid Delivery (cont)  Tactical and Operational Modeling : This uses the same approach as for strategic modeling, but focuses on tactical business units.  Activity Modeling : Activity models, based on IDEF0 and activity-based costing, are used to document priority business activities for rapid delivery.
    13. 13. Business-driven Variant of IE for Rapid Delivery (cont)  Process Modeling : Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN) is used, supported by modeling tools, to define process model diagrams in BPMN of priority activities for rapid delivery into production.  Code Generation : BPMN process model diagrams are used to generate XML-based code in Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) for execution.
    14. 14. IE techniques  Entity analysis : identifies all the things that the enterprise may want to hold data about.  Function analysis and process dependency : takes a function (a major business activity) of the enterprise and breaks it down into elementary business processes.
    15. 15. IE Techniques (cont)  Process logic analysis : describes the sequences of actions carried out by a business process and shows which data are used by each action.  Entity type lifecycle analysis : describes the significant business changes to entities and confirm that processes have been modelled to effect these changes  Matrix cross-checking : creates cross- references between data objects and processes to verify that they are necessary and complete.
    16. 16. IE Techniques (cont)  Normalization : provides a formal means of confirming the correctness of the entity model.  Cluster analysis : helps define the scope of design areas for proposed business systems.  Data flow and data analysis : makes a comparison possible between the business area models and the systems currently supporting this area, these current systems are analyzed using data flow and data analysis techniques.
    17. 17. Software tools for IE  Information engineering Facility (IEF) from Texas Instruments Software. This was subsequently sold to Sterling Software and then to Computer Associates.  Metastorm's ProVision product provides support for many types of modeling techniques using a repository based tool.  Microsoft Visio provides diagramming support for some of the Martin techniques, such as the Crow's Foot notation.
    18. 18. References  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Information_engine ering  http://www.eng.cam.ac.uk/research/divisions/vi ew/F

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