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Four Enterprise Modeling Perspectives and Impact on Enterprise Information Systems

We advocate for enterprise-modeling-driven software specification as a way to resolve the mismatch between domain requirements and software func-tionalities. For this, we have proposed an approach (the SDBC approach) that allows for a component-based alignment between the two. In the current paper, we explore further the enterprise modeling “part” of SDBC, by addressing 4 en-terprise modeling perspectives, namely: language acts, regulations, public values, and energy. Each of them is a theory/paradigm on its own and this asks for stud-ying each of them in isolation and in combination. Not claiming exhaustiveness, we have studied each of those enterprise modeling perspectives, providing theo-retical and practical justifications accordingly, and in the end we have partially demonstrated their practical applicability, by means of an illustrative example. Hence, the contribution of the current paper is two-fold: (i) We develop further the SDBC approach; (ii) We analyze different enterprise modeling perspectives

Boris Shishkov
University of Library Studies and Information Technologies
Bulgaria

Aglika Bogomilova
IICREST
Bulgaria

Magdalena Garvanova
University of Library Studies and Information Technologies
Bulgaria

 


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