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Executing enterprise dynamic systems control with the demo processor

the business transactions transition space validation

Sérgio Guerreiro , André Vasconcelos , José Tribolet

pp. 97-112

Business transactions models are useful to share a common understanding between the stakeholders in a process-based organization; however alone they do not guarantee that the actors perform their actions correspondingly. This paper proposes and exemplifies a solution to the Enterprise Information Systems (EIS) generation and operation using a Model Driven Engineering (MDE) approach founded and derived from Enterprise Ontology (EO) theory. The obtained EIS are (i) descriptive information systems that monitor and deliver a truthful representation of the enterprise on a software engine: the DEMO processor and (ii) prescriptive information system supported by an ontology specifically researched for controlling the operation of business transactions: the enterprise dynamic systems control (EDSC). The achieved benefits are (i) partially automatic validation of EDSC ontology; (ii) self-contained environment to test and validate the DEMO processor and (iii) full workflow capabilities calculated from DEMO models, with formal rigor, minimizing anomalies and minimizing the programming effort.

Publication details

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-33244-9_7

Full citation [Harvard style]:

Guerreiro, S. , Vasconcelos, A. , Tribolet, J. (2012)., Executing enterprise dynamic systems control with the demo processor: the business transactions transition space validation, in H. Rahman, A. Mesquita, I. Ramos & B. Pernici (eds.), Knowledge and technologies in innovative information systems, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 97-112.

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