Presentation on theme: "MIA requirements analyis, 13/10/99 1 Introduction to the MODELS Information Architecture (MIA) and the requirements analysis study Rosemary Russell, UKOLN."— Presentation transcript:
MIA requirements analyis, 13/10/99 1 Introduction to the MODELS Information Architecture (MIA) and the requirements analysis study Rosemary Russell, UKOLN email@example.com
MIA requirements analyis, 13/10/99 2 MODELS focus Developing infrastructures to support integrated: discovery location requesting delivery [use]
MIA requirements analyis, 13/10/99 3 What is MIA? a framework for discussion provides common vocabulary based around ‘broker’ or ‘trading place’ model a ‘logical architecture’ - does not specify how components will be implemented a tool to help information managers lever development a tool to assist developers
MIA requirements analyis, 13/10/99 4 ‘Broker’ architecture Local library catalogue Clump entry points Network CDs Electronic documents ILL systems User access Applications framework Service description and mapping Distributed service access User access points (web browsers) Broker Distributed library system component egs
MIA requirements analyis, 13/10/99 5 Library Broker Component Examples SERVICE DESCRIPTION DISTRIBUTED SERVICE ACCESS SEARCH INTERFACES …. REQUEST INTERFACES DELIVERY INTERFACES LIBRARY BROKER USER PROFILE USER PROFILES CLIENT GATEWAY INFORMATION LANDSCAPE USER ACCESS Security and commerce APPLICATIONS FRAMEWORK DISCOVER LOCATE REQUESTDELIVER …. SCHEMA DESCRIPTION INTERFACE DESCRIPTION.... SERVICE DESCRIPTION SERVICE DESCRIPTION AND MAPPING
MIA requirements analyis, 13/10/99 6 Why this study? to make MIA more usable to capture commonalities in requirements to find out what support information communities need to facilitate local planning encourage ‘plug and play’
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