Håvard D. Jørgensen

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A semiotic framework for evaluating the quality of conceptual models was proposed by (Lindland OI, Sindre G and Sølvberg A (1994) Understanding Quality in Conceptual Modelling, IEEE Software 11(2), 41–49) and has later been extended in several works. While the extensions have fixed some of the limitations of the initial framework, other limitations remain.(More)
The deployment of Human Computer Interaction (HCI) methods and processes in e-Government development projects requires knowledge of how user involvement is actually conducted in these projects today. In order to generate such knowledge, an interview survey of Norwegian e-Government project leaders has been conducted. It was found that user involvement is(More)
This paper describes the requirements handling process of a set of research projects, the ATHENA IP, and how this process is supported by modeling and visualizing requirement structures. First, users and external stakeholders register requirements through easy-to-use web interfaces. Then developers and managers utilize an integrated modeling tool for visual(More)
This paper describes an ontology for enterprise modelling, The ontology has enabled conceptual integration of two different modelling methodologies, one based on UEML (Unified Enterprise Modelling Language), the other a UML profile for enterprise modelling for software development. The ontology, called Model-based Architecture Framework for Enterprises(More)