By Yun-Heh Chen-Burger MS, MSc, PhD, Dave Robertson PhD (auth.)
Enterprise Modelling (EM) equipment are often utilized by marketers as an research instrument for describing and remodeling their companies. The ensuing product, an company version, is often used as a blueprint for reconstructing firms and such attempt is usually a a part of company technique re-engineering and development tasks.
Automating enterprise Modelling describes assorted innovations of delivering computerized help for firm modelling tools and introduces universally used techniques. A working instance of a enterprise modelling technique is integrated; delivering a framework and distinctive clarification as to the way to build automatic help for modelling, permitting readers to persist with the tactic to create comparable help.
Suitable for senior undergraduates and postgraduates of industrial reports, computing device technology and synthetic Intelligence, practitioners within the fields of information administration, company Modelling and software program Engineering, this publication deals perception and information to either scholar undefined.
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Additional resources for Automating Business Modelling: A Guide to Using Logic to Represent Informal Methods and Support Reasoning
4 Plan Build Test Refine Fig. 3. The plan-build-test-reﬁne model development cycle In formalising BSDM business modelling, the objective is not only to develop an appropriate formal representation of a model, but also to take advantage of the knowledge of BSDM about how to build such models and the existing set of rules about how to evaluate the quality of them. Furthermore, the formal representation of a BSDM business model must be able to capture not only the static but also the dynamic aspects of the model.
One can view a process from diﬀerent perspectives that include diﬀerent things. Objectives or drivers may be part of one perspective but not another: if included, they could be seen as instructions.  The descriptions of a process given above are applicable for processes in many process models including the one described in this book. A process is, therefore, an event which may include many activities where each activity may also be itself a process that is decomposable – this is the decomposability property.
3. The plan-build-test-reﬁne model development cycle In formalising BSDM business modelling, the objective is not only to develop an appropriate formal representation of a model, but also to take advantage of the knowledge of BSDM about how to build such models and the existing set of rules about how to evaluate the quality of them. Furthermore, the formal representation of a BSDM business model must be able to capture not only the static but also the dynamic aspects of the model. Although in conventional BSDM the various states of the model can be captured, there is no explicit way of describing how a process is carried out and how entities are manipulated by a process.
Automating Business Modelling: A Guide to Using Logic to Represent Informal Methods and Support Reasoning by Yun-Heh Chen-Burger MS, MSc, PhD, Dave Robertson PhD (auth.)