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  • Re: CogNIAM and ORM as business practices of SBVR - Habitation!

    Ken, Thanks for the quick response.   I was a bit too early with my answer. After the message I checked my personal profile in order to adjust it and .... it was GMT+1 already. Mystery? Kind regards Sjir
    Posted to SBVR (Forum) by Sjir Nijssen on 05-06-2008
  • Re: CogNIAM and ORM as business practices of SBVR - Habitation!

    Dear Ken, My watch (Amsterdam time) says it is 22:40 when I wrote the previous post. Is it intentional that the website says 17:40? Kind regards Sjir
    Posted to SBVR (Forum) by Sjir Nijssen on 05-06-2008
  • Re: CogNIAM and ORM as business practices of SBVR - Habitation!

    Hello Brian, Please select what you think is the most convenient way of organising this; as far as I am concerned you are a much more experienced expert in Community Server than I am. As said before I believe it is enough challenge to limit the submission to three approaches: CogNIAM, ORM and SBVR.   I therefore like to propose ...
    Posted to SBVR (Forum) by Sjir Nijssen on 05-06-2008
  • Re: CogNIAM and ORM as business practices of SBVR - Habitation!

    Hello Sjir, [Sjir: Dear Brian,] I've come back to your original question about modeling the OF website to post a proposal for a general fact-based modeling exercise. [Sjir: excellent and very practical idea.]   I don't know to what degree what I propose will satisfy your objectives, but it is just a proposal, and certainly open to ...
    Posted to SBVR (Forum) by Sjir Nijssen on 05-06-2008
  • Re: CogNIAM and ORM as business practices of SBVR - Habitation!

    Hello Sjir, [Sjir: Dear Brian][First and for all thank you for your helpful post; I hope the software will maintain the colors In case that fails all my answers are within these brackets [   ]   ]. First, I rather interjected a response into your thread, even though I hadn't read through the numerous proceding posts and ...
    Posted to SBVR (Forum) by Sjir Nijssen on 05-05-2008
  • Re: CogNIAM and ORM as business practices of SBVR - Habitation!

    Dear Brian, The first priority is to develop a conceptual schema in SBVR, CogNIAM and ORM that contains a. a complete list of concept definitions b. a complete list of associated fact types c. a complete list of associated fact type forms d. a complete list of the asociated rules  to understand the communication from a user point of ...
    Posted to SBVR (Forum) by Sjir Nijssen on 05-05-2008
  • Re: CogNIAM and ORM as business practices of SBVR - Habitation!

    Ken, Would it be an idea that we start to develop the conceptual schema of this website in both CogNIAM, ORM and SBVR? It  could be a good example of a very practical and relevant application.  Kind regards  Sjir  
    Posted to SBVR (Forum) by Sjir Nijssen on 05-04-2008
  • Re: CogNIAM and ORM as business practices of SBVR - Habitation!

    Terry, Lex and Ken, First and for all thanks for your contributions to this thread. What would the conceptual world be without real examples? I said in the start of this discussion just to consider some other forms of atomicity.  Well here is my preferred model: ft1: SBVR expert <SBVR expert> started habitation on ...
    Posted to SBVR (Forum) by Sjir Nijssen on 04-29-2008
  • Forum Statistics

    Dear Ken, When I wanted to use the ORM Foundation statistics as an exercise in a FO class, I came across a problem. I have assumed that one of the principles underlying the UFO is consistency. When I was reading the forum statistics this morning, I read: 312 users have contributed to 83 threads. Looking at Tools, Norma I verbalize: Norma ...
    Posted to Issues (Forum) by Sjir Nijssen on 04-27-2008
  • Re: CogNIAM and ORM as business practices of SBVR

    Dear Terry, In your previous contribution you mention a few aspects that deserve further discussion one of which is atomicity of fact types. All three approaches SBVR, ORM and CogNIAM have atomic fact types in the classical definition. Practice has shown that there is more that can be offered to a mature business modeling community. I ...
    Posted to SBVR (Forum) by Sjir Nijssen on 04-25-2008
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