The normative requirements for relationships between elements of the ArchiMate modeling language.
ArchiMate relationship matrix is used as source.
The composition relationship indicates that an element consists of one or more other elements.
The aggregation relationship indicates that an element groups a number of other elements.
The assignment relationship expresses the allocation of responsibility, performance of behavior, or execution.
The realization relationship indicates that an entity plays a critical role in the creation, achievement, sustenance, or operation of a more abstract entity.
The serving relationship models that an element provides its functionality to another element.
The access relationship models the ability of behavior and active structure elements to observe or act upon passive structure elements.
The influence relationship models that an element affects the implementation or achievement of some motivation element.
The triggering relationship describes a temporal or causal relationship between elements.
The flow relationship represents transfer from one element to another.
The specialization relationship indicates that an element is a particular kind of another element.
An association models an unspecified relationship, or one that is not represented by another ArchiMate relationship.
A junction is used to connect relationships of the same type.
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