Andrey Naumenko

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The development of business and information systems requires a significant amount of modeling. The current modeling languages and tools have difficulties supporting the modeling of systems spanning through multiple organizational levels. The use of inadequate modeling abstractions is one of the important causes for these difficulties. This paper proposes an(More)
This paper presents an approach for formalizing the RM-ODP (Reference Model for Open Distributed Processing), an ISO and ITU standard. The goal of this formalization is to clarify the RM-ODP modeling framework to make it more accessible to modelers such as system architects, designers and implementers, while opening the way for the formal verification of(More)
We explain two approaches to the design of system modeling frameworks and perform their comparative analysis. The analysis familiarizes the reader with strengths and weaknesses of the approaches, and thus helps to grasp the preferences for their practical applications. The first of the approaches is illustrated with the example of Model Driven Architecture(More)
The subject of research in this paper is RM-ODP, an ISO/ITU-T international standard. We investigate an important challenge that the standard faces, specifically the absence of a satisfactory formalization of its proposed conceptual framework. We report on the definition and implementation of a concrete resolution for this challenge: a single consistent(More)
This paper familiarizes the audience with the Triune Continuum Paradigm, a paradigm that provides philosophically supported theoretical foundations for system modeling in general and in particular for Information Systems engineering. The paper presents theoretical foundations of the paradigm; in particular it presents some of the key features of the theory(More)
Presented work describes technologically supported solution that helps people in a workgroup to deal with information related to their common projects. The solution supports different scenarios of group organizations including the case of geographically distributed workgroups. It positions workgroup meetings as a key concept within a project framework. The(More)
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