Information Systems Engineering: From Data Analysis to Process Networks: From Data Analysis to Process Networks

Front Cover
Johannesson, Paul
IGI Global, Apr 30, 2008 - Business & Economics - 388 pages
0 Reviews

Information systems belong to the most complex artifacts built in today's society. Developing, maintaining, and using an information system raises a large number of difficult problems, ranging from purely technical to organizational and social.

Information Systems Engineering: From Data Analysis to Process Networks presents the most current research on existing and emergent trends on conceptual modeling and information systems engineering, bridging the gap between research and practice by providing a much-needed reference point on the design of software systems that evolve seamlessly to adapt to rapidly changing business and organizational practices.


What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Selected pages


Intention Driven Conceptual Modelling
Integrated Goal Data and Process Modeling From TEMPORA to Model Generated WorkPlaces
Value and Intention Based Information Systems Engineering
PragmaticDriven Approach for ServiceOriented Analysis and Design
The Practice of Participatory Enterprise Modelling A Competency Perspective
How to Support Agile Development Projects with Enterprise Modelling
Experiences with Modelling Early Requirements
Determining Requirements for Management Support Systems
New Software Methodologies and Techniques for Business Models with Evolutionary Aspects
Refining the Concept Syndicate Data Categories and Characteristics Definitions and a View Ahead
Interconnecting EBusiness Model Components
Experiences from Technology Transfer Initiatives at SISU
On ITModelling in a Cross Competence World
Author Biographies

Towards a Holistic Approach to Validating Conceptual Models

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2008)

Paul Johannesson received his BSc in Mathematics, and his PhD in Computer Science from Stockholm University in 1983 and 1993, respectively. He holds a position as professor at the Royal Institute of Technology, where he works in the area of information systems. Johannesson has published more than 100 papers on federated information systems, translation between data models, languages for conceptual modelling, schema integration, the use of linguistic instruments in information systems, process integration, e-commerce systems design, and analysis patterns in systems design. He has been the project leader of and participated in several national projects on information integration, the use of IT in teaching information systems design, process modelling and integration, and IT in health care.

Dr Eva Söderström holds a PhD in Computer and System Science from the University of Stockholm/Royal Institute of Technology. Her research focus is on standardization, primarily for in electronic business as well as for interoperability purposes. Other relevant areas are IT strategy management in small and medium-sized businesses. She is currently employed as an assistant professor at the University of Skövde, and also manages the Centre for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. Dr Söderström has over 60 publications, primarily in international fora. She teaches at both a BSc and MSc level, and is a member of several industry-focused projects, both in Sweden and in Europe. [Editor]

Bibliographic information