Conceptual Modelling in Information Systems Engineering by John KrogstieConceptual Modelling in Information Systems Engineering by John Krogstie

Conceptual Modelling in Information Systems Engineering

byJohn KrogstieEditorAndreas Lothe Opdahl, Sjaak Brinkkemper

Paperback | October 15, 2010

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This book compiles contributions from renowned researchers covering all aspects of conceptual modeling, on the occasion of Arne Sølvberg's 67th birthday. Friends of this pioneer in information systems modeling contribute their latest research results from such fields as data modeling, goal-oriented modeling, agent-oriented modeling, and process-oriented modeling. The book reflects the most important recent developments and application areas of conceptual modeling, and highlights trends in conceptual modeling for the next decade.
John Krogstie is Professor in Information Systems at NTNU, Trondheim, Norway. He is also a senior advisor at SINTEF and was employed as a manager in Accenture 1991-2000. John Krogstie is the Norwegian Representative for IFIP TC8 and vice-chair of IFIP WG 8.1 on information systems design and evaluation, where he is the initiator and le...
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Title:Conceptual Modelling in Information Systems EngineeringFormat:PaperbackDimensions:346 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.07 inPublished:October 15, 2010Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3642091725

ISBN - 13:9783642091728

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Table of Contents

1) From Information Algebra to Enterprise Modelling and Ontologies - a Historical Perspective on Modelling for Information Systems (Janis A. Bubenko jr.) - 2) Fact Oriented Modeling: Past, Present and Future (Terry Halpin) - 3) Data Integration - Problems, Approaches, and Perspectives (Patrick Ziegler, Klaus R. Dittrich) - 4) Challenges to Conceptual Modeling (Bernhard Thalheim) - 5) Interoperable Management of Conceptual Models (Andreas L. Opdahl, Guttorm Sindre) - 6) Uniform and Flexible Data Management in Workflow Management Systems (Johann Eder, Marek Lehmann) - 7) Using Models in Enterprise Systems Projects (Jon Atle Gulla) - 8) The Role of Business Models in Enterprise Modelling (Paul Johannesson) - 9) Capturing System Intentionality with Maps (Colette Rolland) - 10) Conceptual Modeling and Software Design of Multi-Agent Systems (David Kung, Krishna Kavi) - 11) Agent Approach to Online Legal Trade (Antje Dietrich, Peter C. Lockemann, Oliver Raabe) - 12) Methods and Tools for Developing Interactive Information Systems (Anthony I. Wasserman) - 13) Conceptual Alignement of Software Production Methods (Oscar Pastor, Arturo Gonzalez, Sergio Espana) - The Co-Development of System Requirements and Functional Architecture (Klaus Pohl, Ernst Sikora) - 15) Capturing Dependability Threats in Conceptual Modelling (Guttorm Sindre, Andreas L. Opdahl) - 16 What is Being Iterated? Reflections on Iteration in Information System Engineering Processes (Nicholas Berente, Kalle Lyytinen) - 17) Systems Development in a GRIDs Environment (Keith Jeffery) - 18) Adaptive Information Systems (Barbara Pernici) - 19) Modeling of the People, by the People, for the People (John Krogstie) - 19) A Research Agenda for a Conceptual Schema-Centric Development (Antoni Olive, Jordi Cabot)