Conceptual Modelling in Information Systems Engineering

By John Krogstie , Andreas Lothe Opdahl , Sjaak Brinkkemper

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  • ISBN13: 978-3-5407-2676-0
  • 356 Pages
  • User Level: Science
  • Publication Date: June 13, 2007
  • Available eBook Formats: PDF
  • eBook Price: $115.00
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Conceptual modeling has always been one of the cornerstones for information systems engineering as it describes the general knowledge of the system in the so-called conceptual schema. Krogstie, Opdahl and Brinkkemper compiled 20 contributions from renowned researchers covering all aspects of conceptual modeling on the occasion of Arne Sølvberg’s 67th birthday. Many friends of this information systems modeling pioneer happily contributed their latest research results from fields like data modeling, goal-oriented modeling, agent-oriented modeling, and process-oriented modeling. Overall, the contributions reflect the most important developments and application areas of conceptual modeling in recent years, and they also pinpoint trends in conceptual modeling for the next decade. This wide selection corresponds to the broad spectrum of Arne’s activities and long-term responsibilities with the VLDB Endowment, IFIP, and ERCIM. Arne was presented with this book at CAiSE 2007, when the event which he cofounded in 1989 returned to his hometown of Trondheim.
Table of Contents

Table of Contents

  1. From the contents 1) From Information Algebra to Enterprise Modelling and Ontologies – a Historical Perspective on Modelling for Information Systems (Janis A. Bubenko jr.)
  2. 2) Fact Oriented Modeling: Past, Present and Future (Terry Halpin)
  3. 3) Data Integration
  4. Problems, Approaches, and Perspectives (Patrick Ziegler, Klaus R. Dittrich)
  5. 4) Challenges to Conceptual Modeling (Bernhard Thalheim)
  6. 5) Interoperable Management of Conceptual Models (Andreas L. Opdahl, Guttorm Sindre)
  7. 6) Uniform and Flexible Data Management in Workflow Management Systems (Johann Eder, Marek Lehmann)
  8. 7) Using Models in Enterprise Systems Projects (Jon Atle Gulla)
  9. 8) The Role of Business Models in Enterprise Modelling (Paul Johannesson)
  10. 9) Capturing System Intentionality with Maps (Colette Rolland)
  11. 10) Conceptual Modeling and Software Design of Multi
  12. Agent Systems (David Kung, Krishna Kavi)
  13. 11) Agent Approach to Online Legal Trade (Antje Dietrich, Peter C. Lockemann, Oliver Raabe).
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