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IDEF14 Network Design Method

[methodology] Submitted on 3 January, 2010 - 01:26
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Keywords IDEF IDEF14 integration definition network network design network engineering network model
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IDEF14 or Integrated Definition for Network Design Method is a method that targets at modeling and designing computer and communication networks. It can be used to model existing ("as is") computer networks or envisioned ("to be") computer networks. It helps the network designer work with "what if" potential network designs and document design rationale. The fundamental goals of the IDEF14 method research project have developed from a perceived need for good network designs that can be implemented quickly and accurately.

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