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Towards an ontological editor for enterprise modelling

A. R. Z. Abuelfailat

Towards an ontological editor for enterprise modelling

by A. R. Z. Abuelfailat

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Published by UMIST in Manchester .
Written in English


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StatementA.R.Z. Abuelfailat ; supervised by B. Theodoulidis.
ContributionsTheodoulidis, B., Computation.
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Open LibraryOL16794111M

He is also an editor in-chief of the book series on Enterprise Engineering, published by Springer. His home on the web can be found at Abstract In enterprise modelling, a wide range of models and languages is used to support different purposes. If left uncontrolled, this can easily result in a fragmented perspective on the. [GW00b] Nicola Guarino and Chris Welty. Identity, unity, and individuality: towards a formal toolkit for ontological analysis. In W. Horn, editor, Proceedings of ECAI’00, pages – IOS Press, Amsterdam, [GW08] Giancarlo Guizzardi and Gerd Wagner. What’s in a relationship: An ontological analysis.

Whilst several agent-oriented modelling languages have been developed by independent research groups, it is now appropriate to consider a consolidation of these various approaches. There are arguably three things that need consolidation and future standardization: individual symbols, the underpinning metamodel, and the diagram types. Here we address only the third issue by extending an earlier Cited by: 2. Semantic modelling (recent and ongoing) Ontological analysis and evaluation of enterprise and IS modelling languages (since ) Understanding IS and enterprise architecture (since ) In the past, I have also carried out research on software performance evaluation (on which I .

Using Enterprise Architecture to Align Business Intelligence Initiatives 79 I.-S. FAN, S. WARNER. Towards Enterprise Architecture Using Solution Architecture Models 89 V. AGIEVICH, R. GIMRANOV, V. TARATOUKHINE, J. BECKER. Workshop 3 – Standardisation for Interoperability in the Service-Oriented Enterprise Report Workshop 3 97 M. ZELM, D. CHEN. Special issues of journals, edited as guest editor. and (guest editors) () Special Issue on Enterprise Modelling Languages. Concurrent Engineering Research and Applications. Bloomfield, MI, USA.: Technomic


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A brief historical background. Inthe first two authors have started a research program of conducting ontological analysis of conceptual modeling languages and standards with the goal of developing sound ontological foundations for conceptual modeling languages (Guizzardi et al., a; b).Our program was motivated by the strong belief that any serious scientific discipline should Cited by: Using Enterprise Architecture to Align Business Intelligence Initiatives, I.-S.

Fan, S. Warner. Towards Enterprise Architecture Using Solution Architecture Models, V. Agievich, R. Gimranov, V. Taratoukhine, J.

Becker. 3 – Standardisation for Interoperability in the Service-Oriented Enterprise. UML class diagrams can be used as a language for expressing a conceptual model of a domain.

We use the General Ontological Language (GOL) and its underlying upper level Towards an ontological editor for enterprise modelling book, proposed in [1. Dermeval et al. [42] proposed an ontological model to connect gamification and ITS concepts. The ontology has been manually developed following the Methontology methodology [43].

What is ontological standing. "It will take a lot of patience to finish this book" Patience in this case is treated as a quantity. 'Towards an ontological editor for enterprise modelling'.

João Paulo A. Almeida – Publications Home | Publications | Teaching. This page shows the publications of João Paulo A. Almeida in reverse chronological order.

When available, you can find links to the publishers’ websites (through DOI) or to the author-submitted version of the paper (in PDF) at the right-hand side of the list. The Unified Enterprise Modelling Language (UEML) refers to an on-going attempt to develop theories, technologies and tools for integrated use of enterprise and IS models expressed in different languages.

By this we mean keeping the existing models as they are and, in addition, establishing correspondences between them in an explicit and usable by: – N. Guarino and C. Welty. Identity, Unity, and Individuality: Towards a formal toolkit for ontological analysis. In W. Horn, editor, Proceedings of The European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI'), pages – IOS Press, – C.

Welty and N. Guarino. Supporting Ontological Analysis of Taxonomic Relationships. This is the most comprehensive body of knowledge on business processes.

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Organizations view cross-functional enterprise systems as a strategic way to use IT to share information resources and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of business processes, and develop. Towards Modeling the Value of a System’s Production – Matching DEMO and e3Value João Pombinho1,2, José Tribolet1,2, 1 INESC-ID and CODE - Center for Organizational Design & Engineering, INOV, Rua Alves Redol 9, Lisbon, Portugal 2 Department of Information Systems and Computer Science, Instituto Superior Técnico Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal [email protected], et.

PORELLO and G. GUIZZARDI, “Towards an Ontological Modelling of Preference Relations,” in Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, J. ALMEIDA, P. COSTA, and G. GUIZZARDI, “Towards an Ontology of Scenes and Situations,” in Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Cognitive and Computational Aspects of Situation Management.

Generalised Enterprise Reference Architecture and Methodology (GERAM) is a generalised enterprise architecture framework for enterprise integration and business process identifies the set of components recommended for use in enterprise engineering.

This framework was developed in the s by a joint task force of both the International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC. the methodologies and the tools needed for applying the ontological paradigm to real life projects. This is the problem that this survey is attempting to address: to present in a systematic way the available in the literature ontologies addressing project management, as.

In computer science and information science, an ontology encompasses a representation, formal naming and definition of the categories, properties and relations between the concepts, data and entities that substantiate one, many or all domains of simply, an ontology is a way of showing the properties of a subject area and how they are related, by defining a set of concepts and.

Benjamins and D. Fensel. The Ontological Engineering Initiative-KA2. In N. Guarino, editor, Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Formal Ontologies in Information Systems, FOIS’98, Trento, Italy, pages –IOS Press, June Google ScholarCited by: In a fast changing global economy governed by Enterprise Servicesand the Future Internet, enterprises and virtual factories willself-organize in distributed, interoperable, innovation Ecosystemswhere the issues of Enterprise Interoperability need to be solvedin a multi-view of information, services and processes throughoutEnterprise Networks.

The Unified Enterprise Modelling Language (UEML) aims to support integrated use of enterprise and IS models expressed in a variety of languages.

To achieve this aim, UEML provides a hub through which different languages can be connected, thereby paving the way for connecting the models expressed in those languages. UEML offers a structured approach to describing enterprise and IS modelling Cited by: 7.

Guizzardi, G., Wagner, G.: Towards ontological foundations for agent modelling concepts using the unified foundational ontology (UFO).

Agent-Oriented Inf. Author: Mirna El Ghosh, Habib Abdulrab, Hala Naja, Mohamad Khalil. High-quality conceptual modeling work is important because it facilitates early detection and correction of system development errors.

It also plays an increasingly important role in activities like business process reengineering and documentation of best-practice data and process models in enterprise resource planning by:.

On the Goal Domain in the RM-ODP Enterprise Language: An Initial Appraisal based on a Foundational Ontology, IEEE 6th International Workshop on ODP for Enterprise Computing (WODPEC ), together with 15th International Enterprise Computing Conference (EDOC ), Vitória, Brazil, The concepts and terms commonly used to talk about systems have not themselves been organized into a system.

An attempt to do so is made here. System and the most important types of system are defi Cited by: Part of book or chapter of book (Johannesson, P.; Krogstie, J.; Opdahl, A.L. (ed.), The Practice of Enterprise Modeling, pp.

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