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Lessons Learned on the Development of an Enterprise Service Management System Using Model-Driven Engineering [chapter]

Rodrigo García-Carmona, Juan C. Dueñas, Félix Cuadrado, José Luis Ruiz
2011 Communications in Computer and Information Science  
In this article we present our experience in the creation of an enterprise service management system using MDE.  ...  MDE (Model-Driven Engineering) techniques and tools promise to reduce the complexity and effort of software development.  ...  The work presented here has been performed in the context of the CENIT-ITECBAN project, under a grant from the Ministerio de Industria, Comercio y Turismo de España.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-20116-5_5 fatcat:iqf5rir3gvc2risd5hmx7qfww4

Requirements engineering and Business/IT alignment: Lessons Learned

Azmat Ullah, Richard Lai
2013 Journal of Software  
It discusses ten lessons learned from the Business/IT alignment research area in the context of requirements engineering (RE).  ...  This paper presents a review on the Business/IT alignment with the goal of exploring how requirements engineering can help model business environment and how business environment can help perform requirements  ...  Another lesson learned from IT/ Business research is that a well managed system RE process helps to develop a system which is preferred by the business.  ... 
doi:10.4304/jsw.8.1.1-10 fatcat:fgc43f46erg5pfysjxbvtbgc7m

Enterprise Modeling – What We Have Learned, and What We Have Not [chapter]

Håvard D. Jørgensen
2009 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
What was initially a combination of industrial and software engineering methodologies applied to enterprise design and development, is today dominated by the concerns of IT development, management and  ...  Over the last 25 years, enterprise modeling has evolved from a loose collection of business oriented modeling practices to comprehensive frameworks for enterprise architectures.  ...  Acknowledgements This presentation draws on the experience of several colleagues and collaborators, in particular Frank Lillehagen, who founded Metis in 1986 and has been developing enterprise modeling  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-05352-8_2 fatcat:i567kcc525ftlc5ogqfoju636u

Modelling Subject Domain Causality for Learning Content Renewal

Saulius GUDAS, Jurij TEKUTOV, Rimantas BUTLERIS, Vitalijus DENISOVAS
2019 Informatica  
The paper is on how to align the existing learning content and current (new) knowledge of the domain using the same causality driven viewpoint and the described models (frameworks).  ...  Two levels of the domain causal modelling are obtained. The first level is the discovery of the causality of the domain using the Management Transaction (MT) framework.  ...  One of these types of complex systems is enterprise (organizational system), for which MT and EMC models have been developed.  ... 
doi:10.15388/informatica.2019.214 fatcat:2dmwrkcjnbg73evw3er6mvtpw4

Guest Editor's Introduction: Model-Driven Engineering

D.C. Schmidt
2006 Computer  
A summary of upcoming events and venues for learning about and sharing information on the model-driven engineering of software systems appears at www. planetmde.org.  ...  An important lesson that we have learned is that models should not be used to replicate the abstractions that programming languages provide.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.2006.58 fatcat:car37vwxxvfrpbhobimtnbdpui

A Case Study in SOA and Re-architecture at Company ABC

I. Wong-Bushby, R. Egan, C. Isaacson
2006 Proceedings of the 39th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS'06)  
Key contributions of the paper include SOA Model at ABC, and lessons learned regarding enterprise architecture initiatives.  ...  Following September 11 2001, company ABC zeroed in on a home-grown fat client system, System E, as the enterprise data warehouse for risk management.  ...  Behind the scenes, System E's Enterprise Service translates the external key to an internal key, uses it on behalf of the TPS to retrieve reference information A and B, combines the results, and returns  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2006.4 dblp:conf/hicss/Wong-BushbyEI06 fatcat:5ovl2igg7ndxndwnbu536nxnnm

Service Performance Assessment: A PI Toolset Methodology for VEs [chapter]

Alessandra Carosi, Mohammadreza Heydari, Christian Zanetti, Marco Taisch, Yves Ducq
2014 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
In this environment Virtual Enterprises (VEs) are forcing a change in the way traditional manufacturing systems are managed.  ...  The PI Toolset has been developed to support VEs in selecting significant activities, to manage governance processes and to support the design and implementation of specific PIs related to the precise  ...  This research has been partly funded by the European Union through the FoF-ICT Project named MSEE: Manufacturing SErvice Ecosystem (No. 284860).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-44736-9_84 fatcat:yeyiau46yvcy5hdtwtkdbmnjru

Editorial

Gregor Engels, Markus Luckey
2012 Computer Science - Research and Development  
The SE 2010 provided a forum for an intensive exchange of practical experiences, scientific findings, and future challenges regarding the engineering of software products and software-intensive systems  ...  It was the sixth event within an established series of conferences with the goal to bring together and strengthen the German Software Engineering Community.  ...  In addition, there were workshops on innovative topics in the areas of quality management, product line development, social software engineering, grid workflows, enterprise architecture management, and  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00450-012-0206-4 fatcat:t3s4o7dg4rf4tgek3xyo5g4y3q

What applying of the ODP viewpoints teaches us about tool-chains

Lea Kutvonen
2006 2006 10th IEEE International Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Conference Workshops (EDOCW'06)  
The lessons learned underline a number of research challenges we are currently working with, especially for the B2B middleware repositories, their federations, and service development tools relying on  ...  For some time, we have focused our research on the generic B2B middleware services for managing interenterprise communities of autonomous business services.  ...  Acknowledgement This article is a product of the work performed at the Department of Computer Science at the University of Helsinki, running the Collaborative and Interoperable Computing group towards  ... 
doi:10.1109/edocw.2006.78 dblp:conf/edoc/Dijkman06 fatcat:5bbvehw6lrekrnltfpfouwwd6e

Active Knowledge Models and Enterprise Knowledge Management [chapter]

Frank Lillehagen, John Krogstie
2003 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
The approach is based on the notion of active knowledge models (AKM™).  ...  To integrate particular process technologies from the enterprise perspective of generic business process types to the individual work tasks at the instance level, our work is based on our process modelling  ...  The Erratum to this chapter is available at DOI: new approach to enterprise integration and system engineering. Our approach to this area is the use of Active Knowledge Models (AKM).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35621-1_10 fatcat:edrwmhvjtnazzmjbcxcszumoea

IBM business transformation enabled by service-oriented architecture

L. Walker
2007 IBM Systems Journal  
This paper discusses the use of service-oriented architecture (SOA) as one of the key elements supporting business transformation at IBM.  ...  The top-down and bottom-up approaches to promoting SOA within the enterprise are also illustrated, along with a set of SOA business and information technology lessons learned.  ...  IT management lessons Here are some of the management of IT lessons learned from SOA activities.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.464.0651 fatcat:i7ct745shreufaub65pf5ofic4

How A Knowledge Graph Became The Focal Point Of The Internal Knowledge Hub In A Software Company

Andreas Blumauer
2022 Zenodo  
This presentation provides deep insights into the methodology used to develop the Semantic Web Company's Knowledge Hub as a core element of a broader knowledge management strategy.  ...  It will cover methodologies, architecture, implemented governance models, and the added value from a business perspective.  ...  Debt Knowledge hubs are an application that leverages an enterprise-wide knowledge graph (EKG) infrastructure, where numerous other applications can be built on top of the same knowledge models and service  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6522636 fatcat:2wt6fgabdfe53e5y4wkksp3dzi

The Value System Designer — An Infrastructure for Building the Virtual Enterprise [chapter]

Bernhard R. Katzy
1999 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT This work has been sponsored by the European Commission and the Swiss Bundesamt fUr Bildung und Wissenschaft through the Telematics Engineering Project TELEflow and the Swiss Commission  ...  of various ideas and concepts presented in this paper.  ...  Lessons learned for the competence manager Three lessons learned concern the role of the competence manager as a core element of more agile behaviour of the virtual enterprise.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35577-1_29 fatcat:xbjgtkkwd5hkjk4bra6rru6k4m

Towards Self-development of Evolutionary Information Systems: An Action Research of Business Architecture Development by Students in Socially Networked Groups [chapter]

Mart Roost, Kuldar Taveter, Karin Rava, Jaak Tepandi, Gunnar Piho, Rein Kuusik, Enn Õunapuu
2013 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
We present a case study of business architecture development by students working in socially networked groups. In this case study we emulated a self-development of an evolutionary information system.  ...  The relationships between (and inside) the two groups/communities were managed using Google Sites (social) software.  ...  In model driven development (MDD) approaches [26, 27] , an EA is described by a meaningful and useful set of enterprise models [25, 28] for (and owned/evolved by) large sub-communities of the enterprise  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-38490-5_1 fatcat:mwfoewdoevcq5bwdtf25zsqhge

Grand Challenges in Construction Management

Zhen Chen
2019 Frontiers in Built Environment  
Discussions presented here on grand challenges in construction management consist of four parts to respectively focus on an initial cognitive framework of the construction management body of knowledge  ...  , as well as demolition and redevelopment, under considerations on the dependability and productivity of construction management services.  ...  By learning lessons from construction management practice in relation to the use of computer systems such as a BIM system, for which a comprehensive collection of relevant data and information from construction  ... 
doi:10.3389/fbuil.2019.00031 fatcat:v3meaymx6nhodbdurbgoajbecm
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