Advances in Enterprise Engineering V: First Enterprise by Joop de Jong (auth.), Antonia Albani, Jan L. G. Dietz, Jan

By Joop de Jong (auth.), Antonia Albani, Jan L. G. Dietz, Jan Verelst (eds.)

This publication constitutes the complaints of the 1st company Engineering operating convention (EEWC), held in Antwerp, Belgium, could 16-17, 2011. EEWC goals at addressing the demanding situations that sleek and intricate firms are dealing with in a quickly altering global. The members of the operating convention proportion the idea that facing those demanding situations calls for rigorous and medical ideas, concentrating on the layout and engineering of organizations. The objective of EEWC is to stimulate interplay among the various stakeholders, scientists in addition to practitioners, drawn to making firm Engineering a reality.

The eight papers provided have been rigorously reviewed and chosen for inclusion within the publication. EEWC 2011 had 24 submissions of which eight have been authorized for e-book. the subjects of the papers inspired lively participation in attention-grabbing discussions and the trade of rules, and influenced destiny cooperation one of the individuals. This made EEWC a true ‘working convention’ contributing to the additional improvement of firm Engineering as a mature self-discipline. the subjects lined contain designing businesses with DEMO, combining DEMO with different tools, and experiences in firm architecture.

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In our example of the DHP handling DF06, this action rule will be executed two times, one with RSS having just RS02 and another having just RS03. Then, the constituent facts of a new dysfunction solution choice (DSC) are created. After this, CRS (in our example, RS02 and, in the next iteration, RS03) is activated for a certain amount of time chosen to be adequate for the solving process, after which it is deactivated. Then, if the dysfunction got solved both choices of dysfunction cause and dysfunction solution are evaluated as “good” and dysfunction is considered as solved, corresponding to the occurrence of instances of the three result types: [dysfunction diagnosis] has been evaluated; [dysfunction solution choice] has been evaluated; [dysfunction] has been solved.

Both DEMO and NS are aimed at finding concepts for achieving agility, comprised in both a way of thinking and a way of modeling. In this paper it is explored how to link agile enterprise with agile automated information systems. By comparing the two theories, we found that the theories adhere to the idea that separation of tasks is crucial to fully define any system, being it an enterprise or an IT system. Moreover, by looking at the modeling concepts from both DEMO and Normalized Systems, a first method for defining a Normalized System from the ontological model of the B-organization, provided by applying DEMO to an enterprise, was designed, tested and improved.

Following Design Research guidelines in [15], an intertwined and iterative simultaneous devising of the CM, AM and SM was undertaken to stabilize on a coherent and succinct model for the CO. Obviously this model has much room for improvement and other issues can and should be explored and researched regarding the CO. For example, rules can be declared that limit the allowed amount of variation of control of a certain property. We could, for example, define properties: max allowed max copies in loan and min allowed max copies in loan that would impose maximum and minimum values on the (control) property max copies in loan of the library.

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