Entity-Relationship Approach - ER '94. Business Modelling and Re-Engineering: 13th International Conference on the Entity-Relationship Approach, Manch by Pericles LoucopoulosEntity-Relationship Approach - ER '94. Business Modelling and Re-Engineering: 13th International Conference on the Entity-Relationship Approach, Manch by Pericles Loucopoulos

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Paperback | November 30, 1994

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This volume constitutes the proceedings of the 13th International Conference on the Entity-Relationship Approach, ER '94, held in Manchester, UK in December 1994.
The ER '94 book is devoted to business modelling and re-engineering and provides a balanced view between research and practical experience. The 34 full revised papers presented are organized in sections on business process modelling, enterprise modelling, systems evolution, modelling integrity constraints, object-oriented databases, active databases, CASE, reverse engineering, information system modelling, schema coordination, and re-engineering.
Title:Entity-Relationship Approach - ER '94. Business Modelling and Re-Engineering: 13th International…Format:PaperbackDimensions:596 pagesPublished:November 30, 1994Publisher:Springer Berlin Heidelberg

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Table of Contents

Reflections on the relationship between BPR and software process modelling.- Specifying business processes over objects.- Deriving complex structured object types for business process modelling.- Business process modeling in the workflow management environment Leu.- An assisting method for enterprise-wide conceptual data modeling in the bottom-up approach.- Organisational and information system modelling for information systems requirements determination.- What makes a good data model? Evaluating the quality of entity relationship models.- Database evolution: the DB-MAIN approach.- Database schema evolution through the specification and maintenance of changes on entities and relationships.- Method restructuring and consistency checking for object-oriented schemas.- State-conditioned semantics in databases.- Modelling constraints with exceptions in object-oriented databases.- Declarative specification of constraint maintenance.- On the representation of objects with polymorphic shape and behavior.- A normal form object-oriented entity relationship diagram.- COMan - coexistence of object-oriented and relational technology.- Cardinality consistency of derived objects in DOOD systems.- Conceptual modelling and manipulation of temporal databases.- Process repositories: Principles and experiences.- A formal software specification tool using the entity-relationship model.- An overview of the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory extended entity-relationship database tools.- A generic data model for the support of multiple user interaction facilities.- Using queries to improve database reverse engineering.- Reconstruction of ER schema from database applications: a cognitive approach.- Extracting an entity relationship schema from a relational database through reverse engineering.- Leveled entity relationship model.- Formalised conceptual models as a foundation of information systems development.- Abstraction levels for entity-relationship schemas.- Coordination system modelling.- Virtual structures - A technique for supporting scientific database applications.- Resolving fragmentation conflicts in schema integration.- An executable meta model for re-engineering of database schemas.- From E-R to "A-R" - Modelling strategic actor relationships for business process reengineering.- Standard-driven re-engineering of entity-relationship schemas.