Increasing complexity of enterprise models is a continuing trend, inevitably caused by the strive to create ever better products. This becomes obvious as one imagines sectors like the aviation, automotive and computer industries. As a result processes to change products and the resulting models become increasingly difficult to handle. Therefore the importance of complexity reduction will grow. The work at hand presents an approach how the EKD (Enterprise Knowledge Development) framework can be augmented with additional features, like new visualization possibilities. At this the complexity has to be considered especially, because e.g. using several dimensions can get fast out of hand. This should be avoided by an individual designed visualization approach for complexity reduction in Enterprise Architectures in context of the EKD Method.
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M.Sc. & Dipl.Wirt.Inf., habitual entrepreneur, consultant alfabet AG, Ph.D. candidate University of Rostock subjects knowledge- & enterprise modellingF.Christiner: B.Sc., Apprenticeship IT specialist, Research assistent Fraunhofer IGD
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