Principles for information models
In order to establish information models that will be common to public enterprises, we need common, basic design principles. Therefore, take into consideration these nine principles in the enterprises' work with information models.
Publication date: 17. june 2022
Models should be coherent across the different phases of the modeling process and across levels of abstraction.
Models should be as simple as possible to meet user needs, and should be easily understood by different user groups.
Models should be established in accordance with existing terms and definitions, as far as possible.
Models should have documentation that can adapted for different user groups.
Models should be accessible in standard formats.
Reuse and exchage of data
Models should support reuse, exchange and sharing of data in and between companies.
Models should be divided up into reusable modules.
Stable and extendable
Models should be stable and extendable. New versions should be developed as needed, in contact with user groups and within a defined management regime.
Models should be independent of any specific technologies or tools.