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By Jan Dietz

If something catches the attention in just about all literature approximately (re)designing or (re)engineering of firms, it's the loss of a well-founded thought approximately their building and operation. usually even the main easy notions like "action" or "process" should not accurately outlined. subsequent, as a way to grasp the variety and the complexity of up to date firms, theories are wanted that separate the sturdy essence of an firm from the variable method within which it truly is discovered and carried out. one of these conception and an identical technique, which has handed the try out of useful adventure, represent the contents of this ebook. The company ontology, as constructed through Dietz, is the start line for profoundly figuring out the association of an company and consequently for examining, (re)designing, and (re)engineering it. The technique covers quite a few concerns in an built-in manner: company tactics, in- and outsourcing, info platforms, administration keep watch over, staffing and so forth. Researchers and scholars in company engineering or similar fields will observe during this booklet a innovative new state of mind approximately enterprise and association. moreover, it presents managers, enterprise analysts, and firm details process designers for the 1st time with an outstanding and built-in perception into their day-by-day paintings.

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The State Model of Volley is exhibited in Fig. 10. The diagramming technique is based on ORM [34]. Readers who are not familiar with this technique are directed to the book referenced or to Chap. 5. Fact types that are pure mathematical functions are not included in the diagram but listed as properties below the diagram. The diagram must be interpreted as follows. In the world of Volley there is an object or entity type MEMBERSHIP and an object or entity type PERSON. Instances of the last one are created outside the scope of Volley; therefore, the “roundangle” of PERSON is colored gray.

Third, what we will express in WOSL are ontological models, consisting of concepts or predicates. Every individual predicate represents an individual fact in the world. Although the grammar of WOSL could be fully expressed in modal logic, it seems more appropriate for the practical use of the language to apply a graphical notation. ) between the ontology of a world and the conceptual schema of a database, we have adopted the graphical notation that is applied by one of the fact 46 5 A World Ontology Specification Language oriented conceptual modeling languages, namely ORM [34]8, as the basis.

In an aggregate, the items are not held 9 In this chapter the term “ontological” is used in opposition to “teleological”. Although it is not in conflict with the richer notion of ontology in the rest of the book, the reader should be aware of the slightly restricted use. 58 6 The Notion of System together by interaction bonds, in a system they are. A system therefore has unity and integrity, whereas an aggregate lacks these properties. An example of a concrete aggregate is a random sample of a biological population.

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