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In this paper an action approach to requirements engineering is outlined. The approach is based on a language action view of information systems, organisations and business. Theoretical standpoints and methodological consequences are presented and elaborated. One conclusion is that requirements engineering ought to be viewed as actability engineering in(More)
In this paper, we discuss the importance of considering the action character of information when modelling information in business processes. The Language Action Perspective (LAP) is described and proposed as the perspective of choice for information modelling – now and for the future. It is emphasized that two of the most important research areas in the(More)
The development of e-interactions (IT supported business interaction) need to be facilitated by comprehensive frameworks for business interaction. Existing frameworks cover fragments of the important constituents of business interaction. Based on a review of existing frameworks a more comprehensive one is presented in this paper. This comprehensive(More)