Information Modeling in the New Millennium (Google eBook)

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Matti Rossi, Keng Siau
Idea Group Inc (IGI), Jul 1, 2000 - Computers - 528 pages
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This book is intended for researchers and practitioners who seek to understand the latest trends and development in information modeling. The authors review the state-of-the-art and state-of-the-practice of modeling methods and methodologies in information systems development and provide insight into important new developments in the new millennium. The book has sections on foundations of information modeling, extended object-oriented modeling and Web information systems modeling. Information Modeling in the New Millennium addresses the gap between technical and business oriented modeling approaches by providing an integrative view of modeling different facts of ICT and organizations.
  

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Contents

Coherent Consistent and Comprehensive Modeling of Communication Information Action and Organization
9
Toward an Autopoietic Approach for Information Systems Development
34
The Conceptual Modeling Process and the Notion of a Concept
53
A GenreBased Method for Information Systems Planning
70
A LanguageAction Based Approach to Information Modeling
94
Business Action and Information ModelingThe Task of the New Millennium
110
An Environment for Managing Enterprise Domain Ontology
137
Integrating FactOriented Modeling with ObjectOriented Modeling
150
Event Modeling
285
From Information Model to Controllable Implementation
303
Metrics for Managing Quality in Information Modeling
324
Spatial and Topological Data Models
345
Requirements for Web Engineering Methodologies
360
HMT Modeling Interactive and Adaptive Hypermedia Applications
383
Modeling of Customers Interactive Control of Service Processes
406
Conceptual Web Site Modeling
427

On the Convergence of Analysis and Design Methods for Multiagent Componentbased and Objectoriented Systems
167
An Information Management Environment Based on the Model of Object Primitives
189
Mapping UML Techniques to Design Activities
199
Information system Design Based on Reuse of Conceptual Components
219
A Unifying Translation of Natural Language Patterns to Object and Process Modeling
231
Information Models for Document Engineering
259
Designing ModelBased Intelligent Dialogue Systems
268
AudienceDriven Web Design
442
ObjectOriented Web Applications Modeling
463
A Systematic Relationship Analysis for Modeling Information Domains
485
About the Authors
502
Index
511
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About the author (2000)

Keng Siau is Associate Professor of Management Information Systems (MIS) at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln (UNL). He is also the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Database Management and the Series Editor for the book Advanced Topic in Database Research. He received his Ph.D. degree from the University of British Columbia (UBC), where he majored in Management Information Systems and minored in Cognitive Psychology. His master and bachelor degrees are in Computer and Information Sciences. Dr. Siau has over 150 publications. He served as the Organizing and Program Chairs for the International Workshop on Evaluation of Modeling Methods in Systems Analysis and Design (EMMSAD) (1996 2003).

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