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The definition of the metamodel for TRAK (defines allowed AD elements and relationships i.e. tuples/ triples for the TRAK viewpoints and views). TRAK is a general systems-thinkers'/system engineering enterprise architecture framework. It is simple, user-friendly, pragmatic and not limited to IT.
- defines tuples / triples (declarative statements) that appear in TRAK viewpoints and views
- designed by systems engineers for others & based on need / typical application
- supports simple, pragmatic, no nonsense, just "good enough" way of addressing typical concerns (not populating a data model)
- metamodel (A3) for easy reference when modelling - see snapshot below for example
- defines each TRAK node and relationship type in architecture description)
- defines attributes/properties of each element type e.g. dublin core, security descriptors, safety-related
- provides tests for/against to determine what type to use when modelling using TRAK
- defines colours/ presentation for each element
- defines each relationship (between node)
- defines tuple set rules (combinations of nodes with relationships)
- provides rationale/justification for relationships
- released under GNU Free Documentation License
- written for users/architects/human beings - not specifiers or tool vendors
- designed to be used with TRAK Viewpoints document (http://trakviewpoints.sf.net) - also on Sourceforge
- defines initial baseline against MODAF 1.2
- ontology description of metamodel at https://purl.org/trak/elements/
- html description of metamodel at https://purl.org/trak/metamodel/
Aerospace, Government, Science/Research, End Users/Desktop, Engineering
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