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Analysis and modeling of individual competencies: toward better management of human resources
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A general approach is presented for the development of competence management information systems to enable competence management at all business control levels (i.e., strategic, tactical, and operational). Expand
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The Unified Enterprise Modelling Language – Overview and Further Work
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The Unified Enterprise Modelling Language (UEML) aims to support integrated use of enterprise and IS models expressed in a variety of languages. Expand
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Enterprise modelling with CIMOSA: Functional and organizational aspects
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This paper discusses models and methods for enterprise modelling using the CIMOSA approach, which is an event-driven process-based modelling language suitable for enterprise system analysis and model enactment. Expand
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New developments in enterprise modelling using CIMOSA
Enterprise modelling is a crucial step both for Enterprise Engineering and Enterprise Integration. It is concerned with representation and analysis methods for design engineering and automation ofExpand
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An ontology for enterprise and information systems modelling
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The Unified Enterprise Modelling Language (UEML) aims to support precise semantic definition of a wide variety of enterprise- and IS-modelling languages. Expand
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A Unified Enterprise Modelling Language for Enhanced Interoperability of Enterprise Models
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A Unified Enterprise Modelling Language, based on meta-modelling of existing EM Languages, would serve as an Interlingua between EM tools providing the business community with a common visual, template based language to be used on top of most commercial enterprise modelling and workflow software tools. Expand
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The M*-OBJECT methodology for information system design in CIM environments
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M*-OBJECT is a methodology for information system analysis, design and implementation developed for CIM environments. Expand
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New perspectives in ontological analysis: Guidelines and rules for incorporating modelling languages into UEML
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This paper provides an overview of the Unified Enterprise Modelling Language (UEML) approach, which introduces advanced support to ontological analysis of modelling languages. Expand
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Problems impacting the quality of automatically built ontologies
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In this paper we introduce a new framework providing standardized definitions which leads to a new error classification that removes ambiguities of the previous ones. Expand
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The Unified Enterprise Modelling Language - Overview and further work
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This paper motivates and presents the most central parts of the UEML approach: a structured path to describing enterprise and IS modelling constructs; a common ontology to interrelate construct descriptions at the semantic level; a correspondence analysis approach to estimate semantic construct similarity. Expand
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