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CONTENTS1 GETTING STARTED13Installing Cameo Enterprise Architecture 13Using Installer 13Using No-install PackageLicensing Information 14Introducing Main Concepts1414Architecture Viewpoints 15Architecture Views 15Supported DoDAF Viewpoints and Views 16Supported MODAF Viewpoints and Views 172 DODAF 2.0 VIEWPOINTS AND VIEWS 18All Views Viewpoint18AV-1 Overview and Summary InformationAV-2 Integrated Dictionary 19Capability Viewpoint1820CV-1 Vision 20CV-2 Capability Taxonomy 22CV-3 Capability Phasing 23CV-4 Capability Dependencies 24CV-5 Capability to Organizational Development MappingCV-6 Capability to Operational Activities Mapping 27CV-7 Capability to Services Mapping 29Project Viewpoint2630PV-1 Project Portfolio Relationships 30PV-2 Project Timelines 31PV-3 Project to Capability Mapping 32Operational Viewpoint34OV-1 High-Level Operational Concept Graphic 34OV-2 Operational Resource Flow Description 36OV-2 Operational Resource Flow Internal Description 38OV-3 Operational Resource Flow Matrix 40OV-4 Organizational Relationships Chart 41OV-5 Operational Activity Model 43OV-6a Operational Rules Model 46OV-6b Operational State Transition Description 47OV-6c Operational Event-Trace Description 49Data and Information Viewpoint51You can use the Entity Relationship diagram for DIV-1 Conceptual Data Model 51DIV-2 Logical Data Model 52DIV-3 Physical Data Model 54Services Viewpoint56SvcV-1 Services Context Description 56SvcV-2 Services Resource Flow Description 58SvcV-3a Systems-Services Matrix 60SvcV-3b Services-Services Matrix 61SvcV-4 Services Functionality Description 63SvcV-5 Operational Activity to Services Traceability MatrixSvcV-6 Services Resource Flow Matrix 67SvcV-7 Services Measures Matrix 68365

CONTENTSSvcV-8 Services Evolution Description 70SvcV-9 Services Technology and Skills Forecast 71SvcV-10a Services Rules Model 72SvcV-10b Services State Transition Description 73SvcV-10c Services Event-Trace Description 75Systems Viewpoint76SV-1 Systems Interface Description 77SV-1 Systems Interface Internal Description 79SV-2 Systems Communication Description 81SV-2 Systems Communication Internal Description 82SV-3 Systems-Systems Matrix 84SV-4 Systems Functionality Description 85SV-5a Operational Activity to Systems Function Traceability MatrixSV-5b Operational Activity to Systems Traceability Matrix 90SV-6 Systems Resource Flow Matrix 91SV-7 Systems Measures Matrix 92SV-8 Systems Evolution Description 93SV-9 Systems Technology & Skills Forecast 94SV-10a Systems Rules Model 95SV-10b Systems State Transition Description 97SV-10c Systems Event-Trace Description 99Standards Viewpoint100StdV-1 Standards Profile 101StdV-2 Standards Forecast 1023 MODAF VIEWPOINTS AND VIEWSAll Views Viewpoint104104AV-1 Overview and Summary InformationAV-2 Integrated Dictionary 106Strategic Viewpoint104107StV-1 Enterprise Vision 107StV-2 Capability Taxonomy 108StV-3 Capability Phasing 110StV-4 Capability Dependencies 110StV-5 Capability to Organization Deployment MappingStV-6 Operational Activity to Capability Mapping 113Acquisition Viewpoint112114AcV-1 Acquisition Clusters 115AcV-2 Programme Timelines 116Operational Viewpoint117OV-1 High-Level Operational Concept Graphic 118OV-2 Operational Node Relationship Description 119OV-2 Operational Node Internal Relationship DescriptionOV-3 Operational Information Exchange Matrix 123OV-4 Organizational Relationships Chart 124OV-5 Operational Activity Model 126OV-6a Operational Rules Model 129OV-6b Operational State Transition Description 130OV-6c Operational Event-Trace Description 132OV-7 Information Model 134412188

CONTENTSService Oriented Viewpoint136SOV-1 Service Taxonomy 136SOV-2 Service Interface Specification 137SOV-3 Capability to Service Mapping 138SOV-4a Service Constraints 139SOV-4b Service State Model 140SOV-4c Service Interaction Specification 141SOV-5 Service Functionality Flow 142Systems Viewpoint144SV-1 Resource Interaction Specification 144SV-1 Resource Internal Interaction Specification 146SV-2 Resource Communications Description 148SV-2 Resource Internal Communications Description 149SV-3 Resource Interaction Matrix 151SV-4 Functionality Description 152SV-5 Function to Operational Activity Traceability Matrix 154SV-6 Systems Data Exchange Matrix 155SV-7 Resource Performance Parameters Matrix 156SV-8 Capability Configuration Management 158SV-9 Technology & Skills Forecast 159SV-10a Resource Constraints Specification 160SV-10b Resource Constraints Specification 161SV-10c Resource Event-Trace Description 163SV-11 Physical Schema 164SV-12 Service Provision 166Technical Standards Viewpoint167TV-1 Standards Profile 167TV-2 Standards Forecast 1684 SUPPORTIVE VIEWS170Implementation Matrix 170Service Channels Summary Table 172Service Channels Summary Matrix 1735 UPDM 2.0 ELEMENTSAll Views Viewpoint176176Actual Measurement 177Actual Property Set 177Alias 178Architectural Description 178Architecture Metadata 180Architectural Reference 180Climate 180NEW! Condition 181NEW! Condition Property 181NEW! Geo Political Extent Type 181NEW! Geo Political Extent 182Defines Architecture 182Definition 1825

CONTENTSEnvironment 183Environment Property 183NEW! Exchange Element 184NEW! Implements 184NEW! Information 184Light Condition 185NEW! Actual Location 185NEW! Location 186Location Type 186Measurement 186Measurement Set 187Measure Type 187Metadata 188NEW! Measure 188NEW! Property 188NEW! Overlap 188NEW! Actual Property 189NEW! Is Capable Of Performing 189NEW! Activity Performed By PerformerSame As 190189Capability Viewpoint and Strategic Viewpoint Elements190Capability 191NEW! Capability Property 192Deployed Milestone 192No Longer Used Milestone 193Desired Effect 193Enduring Task 194Enterprise Goal 194Enterprise Phase 195Enterprise Vision 195Exhibits 196Capability Of Performer 196Maps to Capability 197NEW! Activity Part Of Capability 197Standard Operational Activity 197Structural Part 198Temporal Part 198Vision 199Vision Statement 199Whole-Life Enterprise 200Project Viewpoint and Acquisition Viewpoint ElementsActual Project 201Actual Project Milestone 202NEW! Actual Project Milestone Role 202Increment Milestone 202Milestone Sequence 203NEW! Organizational Project Relationship 204Out Of Service Milestone 204NEW! Project Activity 204NEW! Activity Part Of Project 205Project 2056200

CONTENTSNEW! Project Type 205Project Milestone 206NEW! Project Milestone Role 206NEW! Project Ownership 206Project Sequence 207Project Status 207Project Theme 208NEW! Status Indicators 208Operational Viewpoint Elements208Actual Organization 210Actual Organization Relationship 210Actual Organization Role 211Actual Person 211Actual Post 212Arbitrary Relationship 212Command 213Competence 213Concept Role 214Energy 214Fills Post 215High-Level Operational Concept 215NEW! Individual Person Role 216NEW! Organization Type 216Known Resource 216Logical Architecture 216Logical Data Model 217Mission 217Needline 218Node 219Node Port 219Node Role 220Operational Activity 220Operational Activity Action 221Operational Activity Edge 221Operational Constraint 222Operational Event Trace 222NEW! Operational Exchange 223Operational Message 224Operational Parameter 224NEW! Operational State 224Operational State Description 225Organization (MODAF) 225NEW! Organization 226Owns Process 227Performer 227Person 228NEW! Person Type 228Post 228Problem Domain 230Provides Competence 230Skill Of Person Type 2317

CONTENTSRequires Competence 231NEW! Responsibility 231NEW! Role Type 232Rule 232NEW! Security Domain 232Skill 233NEW! Trustline 233Services Viewpoint and Service Oriented Viewpoint ElementsExpose 234Request 235Service Attribute 235NEW! Service Access 236Service Channel 236Service Function 237Service Function Action 237NEW! Service Description 238Service Interaction 238Service Interface 238Service Message 239Service Operation 240Service Operation Action 241Service Parameter 241Service 242Service Policy 242Service State Machine 243Systems Viewpoint Elements243Capability Configuration 244Control 245Fielded Capability 246Forecast 246Function 247Function Action 248Function Edge 248Function Parameter 248NEW! Materiel 249Physical Architecture 249Physical Data Model 249Resource Artifact 250Resource Connector 251Resource Constraint 251Resource Event Trace 252Resource Interaction 252Resource Interface 252Resource Message 253NEW! Resource Operation 253NEW! Resource Parameter 254NEW! Resource State 254Resource Port 254NEW! Resource Role 255Resources State Machine 255Software 2568234

CONTENTSSystem 256System Function 257System Function Action 257System Function Edge 258NEW! Version Of ConfigurationNEW! Whole Life Configuration258258Standards Viewpoint and Technical Standards Viewpoint Elements259NEW! Association Of Information 259NEW! Functional Standard 259Protocol 260Protocol Layer 260NEW! Security Attributes Group 261Standard 261Standard Configuration 262NEW! Entity Attribute 262NEW! Entity Item 263NEW! Entity Relationship 263NEW! Details 263NEW! Technical Standard 2636 USING CAMEO ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTUREGeneric Procedures265265Creating diagrams, tables, or matrixes 265Handling tables 266Generating reports 267Using libraries 270Using SysML compliance mode 272Using SysML elements in UPDM 2 plugin 276Applying Actual Measurements 277Applying Military symbols 278Converting model between Enterprise Architecture Frameworks 280NEW! Using the Expand / Collapse Internal Structure Compartment 280Filtering Operational Activities and Functions 282Instantiating Structures 282View-specific ProceduresAV-1 procedures285287NEW! Loading DARS template 287AcV-1 procedures288Creating AcV-1 diagram 288Building AcV-1 matrix 289AcV-2 procedures289Creating AcV-2 diagram 290Adding actual projects to AcV-2 diagram 290Deleting actual projects from AcV-2 diagram 291Relating actual projects in AcV-2 diagram 291Adding milestones in AcV-2 diagram 292Deleting milestones in AcV-2 diagram 293Applying actual project status in AcV-2 diagram 293Removing actual project status in AcV-2 diagram 293CV-1 procedures294Creating CV-1 diagram 2949

CONTENTSCV-2 procedures294Creating CV-2 diagram 294NEW! CV-3 procedures294Creating CV-3 diagram 295Adding capabilities to CV-3 chart 295Removing capabilities from CV-3 chart 296CV-4 procedures296Creating CV-4 diagram 296NEW! CV-5 procedures297Creating CV-5 table 297Modifying CV-5 table 298CV-6 procedures299Building CV-6 matrix 299CV-7 procedures300Building CV-7 matrix 300DIV-1 procedures300Creating DIV-1 diagram 300DIV-2 procedures301Creating DIV-2 diagram 301DIV-3 procedures301Creating DIV-3 diagram 301OV-1 procedures301Creating OV-1 diagram 301OV-2 procedures302Creating OV-2 diagram 302Creating Operational Exchanges in OV-2 diagram 303OV-3 procedures303Creating OV-3 table 303OV-4 procedures304Creating OV-4 diagram 304OV-5 procedures304Creating OV-5 Operational Activity Model diagram 305Creating OV-5 Operational Activity Flow Model diagram 305Displaying possible Operational Exchanges on the selected Operational Activity Edge 306OV-6a procedures306Creating OV-6a table 306OV-7 procedures307Creating OV-7 diagram 307PV-1 procedures307Creating PV-1 diagram 307Building PV-1 matrix 307NEW! PV-2 procedures308Creating PV-2 diagram 308Adding projects in PV-2 diagram 309Deleting projects in PV-2 diagram 309Relating projects in PV-2 diagram 310Adding Milestones in PV-2 diagram 311Applying project status in PV-2 diagram 311Removing project status in PV-2 diagram 312Deleting Milestones in PV-2 diagram 312PV-3 procedures312Building PV-3 matrix 312SOV-1 procedures31310

CONTENTSCreating SOV-1 diagram 313SOV-3 procedures313Building SOV-3 matrix 313SOV-4a procedures314Filling in SOV-4a table 314SOV-5 procedures314Creating SOV-5 Service Functionality Description diagram 314Creating SOV-5 Service Functionality Flow diagram 314StV-1 procedures315Creating StV-1 diagram 315StV-2 procedures315Creating StV-2 diagram 315NEW! StV-3 procedures316Creating StV-3 diagram 316Adding capabilities to StV-3 chart 317Removing capabilities from StV-3 chart 317StV-4 procedures318Creating StV-4 diagram 318NEW! StV-5 procedures318Creating StV-5 table 318Modifying StV-5 table 320StV-6 procedures321Building StV-6 matrix 321SV-1 procedures321Creating SV-1 diagram 321Creating Resource Interaction in SV-1 diagram 322SV-2 procedures322Creating SV-2 diagram 322Creating Resource Interaction in SV-2 diagram 323SV-3 procedures323Building SV-3 matrix 323SV-4 procedures324Creating SV-4 Functionality Description diagram 324Creating SV-4 Functionality Description Flow diagram 325SV-5 procedures325Building SV-5 matrix 325SV-6 procedures326Adding New Resource Interaction to SV-6 table 326Adding Existing Resource Interaction to SV-6 table 326SV-7 procedures327Creating SV-7 Typical table 327Creating SV-7 Actual table 327Generating SV-7 Actual table from SV-7 Typical table 328SV-9 procedures329Creating SV-9 table 329SV-10a procedures329Creating SV-10a table 329SV-12 procedures330Building SV-12 Service Provision matrix 330SvcV-1 procedures330Creating SvcV-1 diagram 331SvcV-3a procedures331Building SvcV-3a matrix 33111

CONTENTSSvcV-3b procedures332Building SvcV-3b matrix 332SvcV-5 procedures332Building SvcV-5 matrix 332SvcV-6 procedures333Adding New Resource Interaction to SvcV-6 table 333Adding Existing Resource Interaction to SvcV-6 table 333SvcV-7 procedures333Creating SvcV-7 Typical table 334Creating SvcV-7 Actual table 334Generating SvcV-7 Actual table from SvcV-7 Typical table 335SvcV-9 procedures335Creating SvcV-9 table 335TV-1 procedures336Creating TV-1 table 336TV-2 procedures336Creating TV-2 table 336StdV-1 procedures337Creating StdV-1 table 337StdV-2 procedures337Creating StdV-2 table 338Implementation Matrix procedures338Building Implementation Matrix 338Service Channel Summary Table procedures339Creating Service Channel Summary Table 339Service Channel Summary Matrix procedures339Building Service Channel Summary Matrix 3397 CAMEO ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE GUI340Environment Selection Dialog 340Date and Time Settings Dialog 341NEW! Deployment Milestones Creation Wizard 343NEW! Diagram Creation Wizard 347NEW! Actual Project Milestone Creation Wizard 350NEW! Project Status Application Wizard 356NEW! Capability Provision Creation Wizard 359Model Conversion Options Dialog 363Operational Exchange Creation Wizard 364Operational Exchange Manager Dialog 365Producing and Consuming Activities Dialog 365Producing and Consuming Functions Dialog 368Resource Interaction Creation Wizard 372Resource Interaction Manager Dialog 377Select Symbol Dialog 378Service Channel Creation Wizard 379Time Periods Dialog 382Automatic Instantiation Wizard 3828 APPENDIX I: ELEMENT LIST38612

1G E T T I N G STA R T E DCameo Enterprise Architecture software includes UPDM, SysML, BPMN, SoaML, and UML for buildingintegrated enterprise architectures meeting DoDAF and MODAF requirements. The product supports all DoDAF1.5, DoDAF 2.0, and MODAF 1.2 viewpoints and views dependent on the selected user environment. Each userenvironment provides architecture framework specific concepts, artifacts, new project templates, samples, andarchitecture framework specific usability features. A user environment can be changed any time by fully convertingmodel to meet requirements of the selected architecture framework.Users of Cameo Enterprise Architecture Architect and Enterprise editions can use the information engineeringnotation for conceptual, logical, and physical data modeling.This chapter contains the following sections: Installing Cameo Enterprise Architecture Licensing Information Introducing Main Concepts1.1 Installing Cameo Enterprise ArchitectureIf you use an operating system other than Windows, Unix, or Mac OSX, we recommend to run Cameo Enterprise Architecture from the noinstall package (see section Using No-install Package).NOTETo install Cameo Enterprise Architecture you can use: Installer No-install package1.1.1 Using InstallerTo install on Windows 95/ 98/ NT/ 2000/ XP/ Vista/ 7:1. Download the installer Cameo Enterprise Architecture version number win.exe.2. Double-click the installer and the installation process will start. Follow provided instructions to fin-ish the installation.To install on Unix1. Download the Cameo Enterprise Architecture version number installation file.2. Using the command-line prompt go to the directory wherein you have downloaded the installer.3. Type the command:sh ./Cameo Enterprise Architecture version number unix.shIMPORTANT!Be sure you have JVM installed.To install on MAC OS X1. Download the Cameo Enterprise Architecture version number mac.dmg installer file.13

GETTING STARTEDLicensing Information2. Double-click the installer.3. Drag the Cameo Enterprise Architecture folder to the Applications or some other folder after theinstallation is finished.1.1.2 Using No-install PackageDownload the no-install package to run Cameo Enterprise Architecture on any operating system.To run on Windows 95/ 98/ NT/ 2000/ XP/ Vista/ 7:1. Download the Cameo Enterprise Architecture version number no file.2. Extract the file.3. Go to the bin directory and run cameoea.exe to start Cameo Enterprise Architecture.To run on Unix:1. Download the Cameo Enterprise Architecture version number no file.2. Extract the file.3. Using the command-line prompt go to the bin directory and type the command:sh ./cameoeaIMPORTANT!Be sure you have JVM installed.To run on Mac OS X1. Download the Cameo Enterprise Architecture version number no install file.2. Extract the file.3. Using the command-line prompt go to the bin directory and type the command:./cameoeaIMPORTANT!Be sure you have JVM installed.1.2 Licensing InformationThe detailed information on the licensing mechanism description is provided in sections “Licensing Information”and “Activating the commercial license after the purchase” in “MagicDraw UserManual.pdf”.1.3 Introducing Main ConceptsThis section introduces: Architecture Viewpoints Architecture Views Supported DoDAF Viewpoints and Views Supported MODAF Viewpoints and Views14

GETTING STARTEDIntroducing Main Concepts1.3.1 Architecture Viewpoints“The scope of UPDM includes the language extensions to enable the extraction of specified and customviewpoints from an integrated architecture description. These viewpoints include a system's viewpoint (DoDAFSystems View) along with associated systems implementation standards (DoDAF/ MODAF Technical View) withinthe context of the business or enterprise viewpoint (DoDAF/ MODAF Operational View). The DoDAF/MODAF AllViews is also included. In addition, UPDM allows the architecture model to include representation of an enterprisecapability and strategic intent (MODAF Strategic Viewpoint) and the process steps associated with theprocurement of conformant systems (MODAF Acquisition Viewpoint). Finally, the MODAF Services Viewpoint isincluded to model Service Oriented Architectures. UPDM also includes mechanisms for designing ad hoc customviewpoints and more formal extensions of new viewpoints of the model.” [UPDM beta 1specification]1.3.2 Architecture ViewsCameo Enterprise Architecture fully supports all UPDM views allowing you to create integrated UPDM views andmaintain their inter-relationships easily. Cameo Enterprise Architecture creates integrated architectures thatsupport all types of relationships between elements in separate views or viewpoints. Modification of the model willresult in the automatic updates of the referenced elements.There are 4 major view types distinguished in Cameo Enterprise Architecture:1. UML-based diagrams. Cameo Enterprise Architecture provides a set of UML and SysML dia-grams extended to be compatible with UPDM views. Diagrams will be equipped with the UPDMspecific diagram toolbar for the usability sake.Any regular UML, SysML, or BPMN diagram can also be added to the UPDM project as any UPDMviews.2. Dependency matrixes. Dependency matrixes are either read-only or editable tables with modelelements as columns and rows showing the relationships between them. A dependency matrix isa view showing existing models information.3. Tables. Table is a writable table made specifically to meet some UPDM views, e.g., TV-1. Modifying the table will change the related model element so that model integrity can be maintained.4. Generated reports. The following reports can be generated: Rich Text Format (.rtf) document OpenDocument (.ods) spreadsheet Microsoft Excel 2007 (.xslx) spreadsheet, beginning with version 16.8 SP1Go to Tools Report Wizard and select the report templates for the UPDM views. You can linkany external document to the UPDM view.15

GETTING STARTEDIntroducing Main Concepts1.3.3 Supported DoDAF Viewpoints and ViewsRepresentation in Cameo Enterprise agramMatrixTableDiagramAll ViewsReportTime 4Data 0cSvcV-5SvcV-9SvcV-10a16

GETTING STARTEDIntroducing Main Concepts1.3.4 Supported MODAF Viewpoints and ViewsRepresentation in UPDM 2 pluginCameo Enterprise agramMatrixTableDiagramAll ViewsReportTime quisitionService -2SOV-4a

2D o D A F 2 . 0 VI E W P O I N TS A N DVI E W SAll DoDAF views are described in the following sections: All Views Viewpoint Capability Viewpoint Project Viewpoint Operational Viewpoint Data and Information Viewpoint Services Viewpoint Systems Viewpoint Standards Viewpoint2.1 All Views Viewpoint“There are some overarching aspects of an Architectural Description that are captured in the AV DoDAF-describedModels. The AV DoDAF-described Models provide information pertinent to the entire Architectural Descriptionrather than representing a distinct viewpoint. AV DoDAF described Models provide an overview of the architecturaleffort including such things as the scope, context, rules, constraints, assumptions, and the derived vocabulary thatpertains to the Architectural Description. It captures the intent of the Architectural Description to help ensure itscontinuity in the face of leadership, organizational, and other changes that can occur over a long developmenteffort.” [DoDAF V2.0 Volume II]The views of this viewpoint are described in the following sections: AV-1 Overview and Summary Information AV-2 Integrated Dictionary2.1.1 AV-1 Overview and Summary InformationDescriptionThe overview and summary information contained within the AV-1 provides executive-level summary information ina consistent form that allows quick reference and comparison between Architectural Descriptions. The writtencontent of the AV-1 content describes the concepts contained in the pictorial representation of the OV-1.The AV-1 frames the context for the Architectural Description. The AV-1 includes assumptions, constraints, andlimitations that may affect high-level decisions relating to an architecture-based work program. It should containsufficient information to enable a reader to select a single Architectural Description from among many to read inmore detail. The AV-1 serves two additional purposes: In the initial phases of architecture development, it serves as a planning guide. When the architecture is built, the AV-1 provides summary information concerning who, what,when, why, and how of the plan as well as a navigation aid to the models that have been created.The usage of the AV-1 is to: Scope the architecture effort.18

DODAF 2.0 VIEWPOINTS AND VIEWSAll Views Viewpoint Provide context to the architecture effort. Define the architecture effort. Summarize the findings from the architecture effort. Assist search within an architecture repository.ImplementationAV-1 can be represented: Using an AV-1 diagram which is based on the UML Class diagram. Using the following Rich Text Format (.rtf) reports: AV-1 Overview & Summary Information. NEW! AV-1 DARS.The AV-1 Overview & Summary Information report includes summarizing information about all developedviewpoints and views.NEW! The AV-1 DARS report includes the same information as in the AV-1 Overview & Summary Informationreport and also some additional data that are required particularly by DoD Architecture Registry System (DARS).The AV-1 DARS report has the DARS compatible structure. Before generating the report you must load the DARStemplate in AV-1 and provide the template with relevant data.Related proceduresGenerating reportsNEW! Loading DARS templateRelated elementsArchitectural DescriptionDefines ArchitectureArchitecture Metadata2.1.2 AV-2 Integrated DictionaryDescriptionThe AV-2 presents all the metadata used in an architecture. An AV-2 presents all the data as a hierarchy, providesa text definition for each one and references the source of the element (e.g., DoDAF Meta-model, a publisheddocument or policy).An AV-2 shows elements from the DoDAF Meta-model that have been described in the Architectural Descriptionand new elements that have been introduced by the Architectural Description.It is essential that organizations within the DoD use the same terms to refer to a thing. Because of theinterrelationship among models and across architecture efforts, it is useful to define common terminology withcommon definitions (referred to as taxonomies) in the development of the models within the ArchitecturalDescription. These taxonomies can be used as building blocks for DoDAF-described Models and Fit-for-PurposeViews within the Architectural Description. The need for standard taxonomies derives from lessons learned fromearly DoD Architectural Description development issues as well as from federation pilots conducted within theDepartment. Federation of Architectural Descriptions were made much more difficult because of the use ofdifferent terminology to represent the same architectural data. Use of taxonomies to build models for thearchitecture has the following benefits over free-text labeling: Provides consistency across populated views, based on DoDAF-described Models. Provides consistency across Architectural Descriptions.19

DODAF 2.0 VIEWPOINTS AND VIEWSCapability Viewpoint Facilitates Architectural Description development, validation, maintenance, and re-use. Traces architectural data to authoritative data sources.ImplementationAV-2 can be represented: Using a report, which is automatically generated from all data. Since only a partial AV-2 report canbe generated, the rest of data must be filled in manually. Using a AV-2 diagram which is based on the UML Class diagram.Related proceduresGenerating reportsRelated elementsDefinitionAliasSame As2.2 Capability Viewpoint“The Capability Viewpoint and the DoDAF-described Models within the viewpoint are introduced into DoDAF V2.0to address the concerns of Capability Portfolio Managers. In particular, the Capability Models describe capabilitytaxonomy and capability evolution.” [DoDAF V2.0 Volume II]“The DoD increasingly employs incremental acquisition to help manage the risks of complex procurements.Consequently, there is a need to provide visualizations of the evolving capabilities so that Portfolio Managers cansynchronize the introduction of capability increments across a portfolio of projects. The Capability Models includedwithin DoDAF are based on the program and capability information used by Portfolio Managers to capture theincreasingly complex relationships between interdependent projects and capabilities.” [DoDAF V2.0 Volume II]The views of this viewpoint are described in the following sections: CV-1 Vision CV-2 Capability Taxonomy CV-3 Capability Phasing CV-4 Capability Dependencies CV-5 Capability to Organizational Development Mapping CV-6 Capability to Operational Activities Mapping CV-7 Capability to Services Mapping2.2.1 CV-1 VisionDescriptionThe CV-1 addresses the enterprise concerns associated with the overall vision for transformational endeavors andthus defines the strategic context for a group of capabilities. The purpose of a CV-1 is to provide a strategiccontext for the capabilities described in the Architectural Description. It also provides a high-level scope for theArchitectural Description which is more general than the scenario-based scope defined in an OV-1.20

DODAF 2.0 VIEWPOINTS AND VIEWSCapability ViewpointCV-1 purpose is identical to MODAF StV-1 product usage. The difference between CV-1 model and StV-1 productlies in different concepts and relationships between them.ImplementationCV-1 can be represented using a CV-1 diagram which is based on the UML Class diagram.SampleFigure 1 -- CV-1 VisionRelated elementsDesired EffectVisionVision StatementCapabilityEnterprise PhaseRelated proceduresCreating CV-1 diagramRelated viewsCV-1 provides a high-level scope for the Architectural Description which is more general than the scenario-basedscope defined in an OV-1.21

DODAF 2.0 VIEWPOINTS AND VIEWSCapability Viewpoint2.2.2 CV-2 Capability TaxonomyDescriptionThe CV-2 captures capability taxonomies. The model presents a hierarchy of capabilities. These capabilities maybe presented in context of a timeline – i.e., it can show the requir

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