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Information Systems Engineering : State of the Art and Research Themes - Sjaak Brinkkemper

Information Systems Engineering : State of the Art and Research Themes

By: Sjaak Brinkkemper (Editor), Eva Lindencrona (Editor), Arne Soelvberg (Editor)

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This collection of contributions in the area of information systems engineering was compiled as a tribute to Professor Janis Bubenko on his retirement from the University of Stockholm in February 2000. The contributions are arranged in three sections: information society, with such subjects as B2B E-Commerce, human imperfection, stream data management and enterprise modeling; approaches to information systems engineering, discussing data warehouse development, web-enabled methods, reuse, and meta-data; and concepts for information systems, on more fundamental notions such as time, abstraction, co-operation, intention and information.

Preface
Biography of Janis A. Bubenko jr
Information Society
Imperfection and the Human Component: Adding Robustness to Global Information Systemsp. 3
The B2B E-commerce Revolution: Convergence, Chaos, and Holistic Computingp. 15
Experience-Based Knowledge Managementp. 37
A 2025 Scenario and Vision on Stream Data Managementp. 49
Access as Value Additionp. 57
From Information Modelling to Enterprise Modellingp. 67
Horizontal and Vertical Integration of Organizational IT Systemsp. 79
Information Systems Research - Need for New Methods of Workp. 91
Approaches to Information Systems Engineering
A Framework for Component Reuse in a MetaCASE Based Software Developmentp. 107
Method Engineering with Web-Enabled Methodsp. 123
Developing Data Warehouses with Quality in Mindp. 135
User Software Engineering: a Retrospectivep. 149
Application and Process Integration - Concepts, Issues, and Research Directionsp. 159
Transactions, Processes, and Modularizationp. 171
METADATA: The Future of Information Systemsp. 183
Intention Driven Component Reusep. 197
Conceptual Modeling and Software Components Reuse: Towards the Unificationp. 209
Concepts for Information Systems
The Plan Recognition/Plan Generation Paradigmp. 223
Frameworks of Information Modelling: Construction of Concepts and Knowledge by Using the Intensional Approachp. 237
Towards a Useful Information Conceptp. 249
Tropos: A Framework for Requirements-Driven Software Developmentp. 261
On Levels of Business Modelling, Communication and Model Architecturesp. 275
Time and Change in Conceptual Modeling of Information Systemsp. 289
Co-operative Concept Modelingp. 305
Bibliographyp. 319
About the authorsp. 327
Author indexp. 339
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ISBN: 9781852333171
ISBN-10: 1852333170
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 339
Publisher: Springer London Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 1.6
Weight (kg): 0.43