|Title||The caBIG® Life Science Business Architecture Model.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2011|
|Authors||Boyd, LBecnel, Hunicke-Smith, SP, Stafford, GA, Freund, ET, Ehlman, M, Chandran, U, Dennis, R, Fernandez, AT, Goldstein, S, Steffen, D, Tycko, B, Klemm, JD|
|Date Published||2011 May 15|
|Keywords||Biomedical Research, Computational Biology, Computer Systems, National Cancer Institute (U.S.), Neoplasms, Software, United States, Vocabulary, Controlled|
MOTIVATION: Business Architecture Models (BAMs) describe what a business does, who performs the activities, where and when activities are performed, how activities are accomplished and which data are present. The purpose of a BAM is to provide a common resource for understanding business functions and requirements and to guide software development. The cancer Biomedical Informatics Grid (caBIG®) Life Science BAM (LS BAM) provides a shared understanding of the vocabulary, goals and processes that are common in the business of LS research.RESULTS: LS BAM 1.1 includes 90 goals and 61 people and groups within Use Case and Activity Unified Modeling Language (UML) Diagrams. Here we report on the model's current release, LS BAM 1.1, its utility and usage, and plans for future use and continuing development for future releases. Availability and Implementation: The LS BAM is freely available as UML, PDF and HTML (https://wiki.nci.nih.gov/x/OFNyAQ).
|PubMed Central ID||PMC3087952|
Please note that this Website is not maintained any longer and contains probably outdated information. You are still welcome to use it if it is of any help.