Domain-Specific Conceptual Modeling: Concepts, Methods and Tools
Springer | Computer Science | August 10, 2016 | ISBN-10: 3319394169 | 588 pages | pdf | 30.5 mb
Editors: Karagiannis, Dimitris, Mayr, Heinrich C., Mylopoulos, John (Eds.)
Presents numerous domain-specific conceptual modeling methods by respected thought leaders
The content on each method is enriched with exercises, case studies and detailed references
Each method is complemented by a tool implementation available online
This book draws new attention to domain-specific conceptual modeling by presenting the work of thought leaders who have designed and deployed specific modeling methods. It provides hands-on guidance on how to build models in a particular domain, such as requirements engineering, business process modeling or enterprise architecture. In addition to these results, it also puts forward ideas for future developments. All this is enriched with exercises, case studies, detailed references and further related information. All domain-specific methods described in this volume also have a tool implementation within the OMiLAB Collaborative Environment – a dedicated research and experimentation space for modeling method engineering at the University of Vienna, Austria – making these advances accessible to a wider community of further developers and users.
The collection of works presented here will benefit experts and practitioners from academia and industry alike, including members of the conceptual modeling community as well as lecturers and students.
Number of Illustrations and Tables
301 b/w illustrations
Models and Principles
Information Systems Applications (incl.Internet)
Business Process Management
Computer Appl. in Administrative Data Processing
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