Dynamic modelling of information systems, Volume 1
The use of dynamic models in the development of information systems is regarded by many researchers as a promising issue in design support. Modelling the dynamics of information systems is likely to improve the quality and the performance of the design products. Dynamic modelling as a new approach for dynamic analysis of problems within an existing situation, and design and evaluation of different solution strategies may overcome many difficulties in the design process.
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A Communication Oriented Approach to Conceptual Systems Modelling
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abstraction action activity actors airplane alternative application approach base behaviour BETA Programming Language changes channel communication components conceptual model constraints control flow cycle data flow Data Flow Diagram data storage data structures database decomposition defined definition described design process DODL domain dynamic modelling elements entity entity-relationship model environment evaluation event type eventual system example ExSpect Figure framework function graphical implementation information system Information Systems Design input port integration interaction interface language Loan North-Holland object class object diagram object instance object system object type object-oriented Object/Behaviour diagrams operation organisations output paper performed perspective Petri Nets planner problem processor properties PrT-net referent relationship representations represented requirements rules second order dynamics simulation simulation language Software Engineering specification SSAD static strawman prototype subsystem synchronization system development systems analysis techniques transaction types transition triggers universe of discourse