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Enterprise Architecture Defined

Samuel B. Holcman An enterprise architecture (EA) is a series of conceptual blueprints that defines the structure and operation of an organization to enable strategic progress. Enterprise Architecture (EA) explicitly describes an organization through a set of independent, non-redundant artifacts, defines how these artifacts relate with each other, and develops a set of prioritized, aligned initiatives and roadmaps to understand

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Data Rationalization and Semantic Resolution

Data rationalization through managed metadata and data modeling, can support semantic resolution, enabling improved analysis and knowledge transfer. Introduction Across the Internet and within internal systems, ontologies are used to improve search capabilities and make inferences for improved human or computer reasoning. By relating terms in ontology, the user doesn’t need to know the exact term actually stored in the

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Facilitate Customer Integration using Generic Dimensional Modeling Techniques

Customer data integration can be improved by using generic dimensional modeling techniques Introduction If you are undertaking a Customer Data Integration (CDI) or Customer Master Data Management (MDM) project as part of a dimensional modeling endeavor, how will you tackle the problem of how to store customer addresses? Using customer addresses for direct marketing, analysis of household penetration, customer retention

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