Laurie Rattner

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Repository systems have emerged recently as a cornerstone to information management. Their envisaged purposes include (1) applications development in a CASE (Computer-Aided Software Engineering) environment, (2) enterprise information resources management (as a passive kernel for information integration), and (3) global information processing and management(More)
An underpinning to the notion of Computer Integrated Enterprises is information integration; that is, the integration of information resources and decision logic across the enterprise so as to achieve fundamental synergies. This concept requires certain basic extensions to two previously separate paradigms: information modeling and metadata management. In(More)
The success of modern information technology in the past decades has brought about the proliferation of systems dedicated to individual groups of applications and functions. This proliferation, in turn, has led to the need for enterprise-wide management and integration of information, and has triggered major efforts such as systems integration,(More)
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