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In the past months, the OIAm method has been carefully aligned with the ArchiMate 2.0 language. The result of this alignment will be published soon as a separate whitepaper. Here on this site, the results will become visible in the coming weeks, as some of the concepts used in infrastructure modelling will be renamed. The first two changes will be
 
In the past months, the OIAm method has been carefully aligned with the ArchiMate 2.0 language. The result of this alignment will be published soon as a separate whitepaper. Here on this site, the results will become visible in the coming weeks, as some of the concepts used in infrastructure modelling will be renamed. The first two changes will be
* the renaming of Environment to Location, and
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* the renaming of the Environment concept to Location, and
* the renaming of Element to Architecture Requirement.
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* the renaming of the Element concept to Architecture Requirement.
 
As part of the update, we'll attempt to also update the introduction texts, since at the moment most of these reflect the state of the method of around early 2010.
 
As part of the update, we'll attempt to also update the introduction texts, since at the moment most of these reflect the state of the method of around early 2010.

Revision as of 11:21, 16 February 2013

Announcement: updates in the OIAr semantic model underway
published 2013/02/14, written by J.A.H. Schoonderbeek, expires 2014/02/14

As part of the continuous development of the OIAm method, the OIAr semantic model will change over the coming weeks.

In the past months, the OIAm method has been carefully aligned with the ArchiMate 2.0 language. The result of this alignment will be published soon as a separate whitepaper. Here on this site, the results will become visible in the coming weeks, as some of the concepts used in infrastructure modelling will be renamed. The first two changes will be

  • the renaming of the Environment concept to Location, and
  • the renaming of the Element concept to Architecture Requirement.

As part of the update, we'll attempt to also update the introduction texts, since at the moment most of these reflect the state of the method of around early 2010.