Additional Knowledge Based MOF Architecture Layer for UML Models Generation Process

  • Ilona VeitaiteEmail author
  • Audrius Lopata
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing book series (LNBIP, volume 228)


As organizations grow and IS get bigger it is needed to create accurate and complicated analyzes for developing systems. This analyzes are base for design of business models and system architecture. Designers every day face new challenges when they need to collide and understand other designers’ and analytics’ made models. This process creates new problems and mistakes. Automatization of IS engineering process lets create better and more qualified models with less mistakes. The article is about MOF architecture’s role in IS engineering process and about possibilities to improve MOF architecture’s composition with new knowledge based layer. The main scope of the article is to analyze improved MOF architecture’s usage in UML models generation with transformation algorithms from enterprise model process.


MOF architecture Knowledge based IS engineering Enterprise model UML 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Vilnius University, Kaunas Faculty of HumanitiesKaunasLithuania

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