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Example 19: Goal, Outcome, Principle, Requirement, and Constraint

Different stakeholders may attach a different value to outcomes, since they may have different interests. Similarly, they may give their own meaning or interpretation to core elements of the architecture.

Meaning represents the knowledge or expertise present in, or the interpretation given to, a core element in a particular context.

A meaning represents the interpretation of an element of the architecture. In particular, this is used to describe the meaning of passive structure elements (for example, a document, message). It is a description that expresses the intent of that element; i.e., how it informs the external user .

It is possible that different users view the informative functionality of an element differently. For example, what may be a “registration confirmation” for a client could be a “client mutation” for a CRM department (assuming for the sake of argument that it is modeled as an external user). Also, various different representations may carry essentially the same meaning. For example, various different documents (a web document, a filled-in paper form, a “client contact” report from the call center) may essentially carry the same meaning.

A meaning can be associated with any core element. To denote that a meaning is specific to a particular stakeholder, this stakeholder can also be associated to the meaning. The name of a meaning should preferably be a noun or noun phrase.

Figure 41: Meaning Notation

Value represents the relative worth, utility, or importance of a core element or an outcome.

Value may apply to what a party gets by selling or making available some product or service, or it may apply to what a party gets by buying or obtaining access to it. Value is often expressed in terms of money, but it has long since been recognized that non-monetary value is also essential to business; for example, practical/functional value (including the right to use a service), and the value of information or knowledge. Though value can hold internally for some system or organizational unit, it is most typically applied to external appreciation of goods, services, information, knowledge, or money, normally as part of some sort of customer-provider relationship.

A value can be associated with all core elements of an architecture as well as with outcomes. To model the stakeholder for whom this value applies, this stakeholder can also be associated with that value. Although the name of a value can be expressed in many different ways (including amounts, objects), where the “functional” value of an architecture element is concerned it is recommended to try and express it as an action or state that can be performed or reached as a result of the corresponding element being available.

Figure 42: Value Notation

Sending push notifications has a value of Cost Efficiency for the stakeholder Insurer, and a value of Being Informed and Peace of Mind (which is partly due to a value of Certainty) for the stakeholder Customer. Different meanings can be assigned to the different specific types of notification messages. A Confirmation Of Receipt Message has the meaning Claim Has Been Received, a Review Complete Message has the meaning Claim Review Complete, and a Payment Complete Message has the meaning Claim Has Been Paid.

Stanislav Petrov was honored in a meeting at the United Nations in New York City Jan. 19, 2006, which he described as his “happiest day in many years.” At the United Nations meeting, The Association of World Citizens, an international peace organization with branches in 30 countries, presented Stanislav Petrov with a special World Citizen Award. This is the second such award he has received from that organization (both awards are described further down on this page).

The following day Stanislav Petrov met with renowned American journalist Walter Cronkite at his CBS office in New York City. That interview, in addition to other highlights of Stanislav Petrov’s trip to the United States, were filmed for The Man Who Saved the World , a documentary film by the Danish motion picture company Clearance Sale Online Free Shipping Looking For broderie platform espadrilles Outlet Largest Supplier 2x35evtg
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During his travels for The Man Who Saved the World , Stanislav Petrov was accompanied by his interpreter, “Galina.” In the film, translator Alexandra Khaimenova interviews Stanislav Petrov. Altogether Stanislav Petrov was in the United States Jan. 14-28, 2006, participating in many meetings and interviews.

Stanislav Petrov revisited the United States in the spring of 2007, traveling to New York, to missile silos in South Dakota, to Las Vegas and the Nevada Test Site, and to San Francisco (all part of filming for the documentary The Man Who Saved the World ).

Stanislav Petrov has been awarded the Dresden Preis 2013 (Dresden Prize) for averting a nuclear war in 1983. The award includes $33,000 (25,000 euro), according to the Russian news agency RIA Novosti and the international multimedia broadcasting service The Voice of Russia.The Dresden Prize was presented to Stanislav Petrov at a ceremony in Dresden, Germany, Feb. 17, 2013.

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for averting a potential worldwide nuclear war in 1983. The award was presented to him during a ceremony in Baden Baden, Germany, Feb. 24, 2012. The German Media Award recognizes individuals for significant contributions they have made to world peace.

A documentary telling of the nuclear attack warning incident involving Stanislav Petrov has been produced and released by MG Production and LogTv, Ltd. The Red Button (DVD/VHS) is available for purchase from Log In Productions. The documentary consists of extensive interviews with Stanislav Petrov as well as historical information related to the time of the incident.

After more than 20 years without any formal recognition of his extraordinary actions in 1983, Stanislav Petrov was officially presented with the World Citizen Award May 21, 2004, in Moscow, Russia, by the Association of World Citizens, an international peace organization with branches in 30 countries. Here is a sampling of media reports of the award presentation:

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