L8 – Logical Constraints

NAF v3: NOV-6a MODAF: OV-6a

TaxonomyStructureConnectivityProcessesStatesSequencesInformationConstraintsRoadmap
Logical
Specifications
L1
Node Types
NAV-2
AV-2
L2
Logical Scenario
NOV-2
OV-2
L3
Node Interactions
NOV-2, NOV-3
OV-2,OV-3
L4
Logical Activities
NOV-5
OV-5
L5
Logical States
NOV-6b
OV-6b
L6
Logical Sequence
NOV-6c
OV-6c
L7
Logical Data Model
NSV-11a
OV-7
L8
Logical Constraints
NOV-6a
OV-6a
Lr
Lines of Development
NPV-2
AcV-2

An L8 Operational Rules Model specifies operational or business rules that are constraints on the way that business is done in the Enterprise.

Background

L8 is used to constrain the logical architecture without forcing a particular solution. L8 is used for rules which are not expressed as behavioural models, interactions or measures of effectiveness – i.e. they are textual statements of requirement that constrain the architecture.

Usage

• Definition of doctrinally correct operational procedures.
• Definition of business rules.
• Identification of operational constraints.

Representation

Detailed View Description

Key Elements and Their Relationships

l8-hlmm

Meta-Model

The detailed meta-model for L8 can be viewed here

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