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Demonstration Repository - TRAK - UK Rail Research, Strategy & Regulation, et al

by Nic Plum on Sunday 06 December, 2009 - 15:13 GMT

Posted in Architecture FrameworkTRAKArchitecture Modelling

Tags: architecture descriptiondemonstrationmodelrailresearchsparx systems enterprise architectstrategytrak

A demonstration or sample repository has been created (and is ongoing) with the following aims:-

  • testing the framework out - is it capable of representing the types of thing and relationships/dependencies in the rail and other industries (TRAK is a generic framework)?
  • testing the plugin for Sparx Systems’ Enterprise Architect - see also Sparx Systems
  • developing the higher levels of a modelling repository - enterprise/capability, operational and the major projects and organisations
  • providing a set of objects that can be re-used
  • personal learning - interested to understand where everything fits
  • example of modelling using the framework so that others can get a feel for types of views, contents and organisation of models for easy navigation/understanding [not easy!]

It contains a partial description of UK transport strategy together with elements of the technical research and regulation of the rail sector. It also contains views attempting to place the UK anti-/counter-terrorist (CONTEST) in context. It is a (slowly!) evolving thing.

Demo Repository

  Sample model

The demo repository is at http://trak-community.org/TRAK_Demo_Repository/index.htm

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