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A study on the improvement of MND-AMM for the expanded application to the architecture development of infra systems
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 Title & Authors
A study on the improvement of MND-AMM for the expanded application to the architecture development of infra systems
Yoon, Tae Hun; Kim, Ui Hwan;
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 Abstract
Under the relevant regulations, it is required to develop a system architecture for the research and development of the information and communication infra system ; however, the national defense architecture development guides and MND-AF, which provide the instructions on the development and utilization of a system architecture, are still limited to the ITA level and merely providing the guidelines for developing the information system centric architecture. Thus, it is evident that we need a suitable architecture development methodology that corresponds to the growing needs for the communication infra system architecture, as well as the general weapon system architecture. Improving a meta-model is the core of improving a architecture framework. It determines a contents of a architecture and it influences a efficiency and a effectiveness of a architecture. The meta-model of the architecture framework must reflect concerns of various stakeholders and provide a traceability among them. Also, it should be easy to develop and use the architecture by securing the feasibility of the logical relationships and eliminating the duplication of the data inside the architecture. It is implemented through the development of the data-centric architecture and achieved through the "Fit-for-purpose" concept.
 Keywords
MND-AF;MND-AMM;Architecture Framework;Meta-model;Systems Engineering;
 Language
Korean
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