Dynamic modelling of information systems, Volume 1

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North-Holland, 1991 - Computers - 359 pages
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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Preface
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A Communication Oriented Approach to Conceptual Systems Modelling
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G Dietz
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