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ppt P15: Fact-Oriented Modeling in the Data, Process and Event Perspectives

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Abstract. In this article we will illustrate how a fact-oriented conceptual modeling approach extended with behavioural modeling constructs can be used to model the data-oriented, process-oriented and event-oriented perspectives in an a way that explicitly shows the semantic relationships between these perspectives, by using the Knowledge Reference Model (KRM) and an accompanying Knowledge Structuring Procedure (KSP). We will use the common doctor’s office example to be used for this workshop as a running example in this article.

Author: Peter Bollen p.bollen@os.unimaas.nl  Department of Organization and Strategy, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, University of Maastricht. The Netherlands

The original paper is available from Springer-Verlag Lecture Notes in Computer Science LNCS 4805, November 2007  

 

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