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Title:Knowledge Sharing and Inconsistency Checking on Multiple Enterprise Models
Authors: Jessica Chen-Burger
Date:Feb 2001
Publication Title:IJCAI's Knowledge Management and Organisational Management Workshop
Publication Type:Conference Paper

The approach of Multi-Perspective Enterprise Modelling is now more commonly accepted and used in practice than ever before. However, the concept of applying multiple modelling languages to describe the same domain may still sound frightening to many. In addition to the cost, time and complexity involved, problems such as knowledge sharing between multiple models and achieving and maintaining integrity between them are also important. We argue that Multi-Perspective Enterprise Modelling is helpful and in some situations necessary. This paper gives examples of how formal methods, such as logical languages, can provide assistance in making such an approach more appealing and transparent. We suggest that the MPM approach is valuable in representing, understanding and analysing a complex domain, but that much automated support is needed.

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author = { Jessica Chen-Burger },
title = {Knowledge Sharing and Inconsistency Checking on Multiple Enterprise Models},
book title = {IJCAI's Knowledge Management and Organisational Management Workshop},
year = 2001,
month = {Feb},

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