Marija Bjekovic

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Within enterprise modelling, models are typically needed for a range of different purposes, ranging from vision and strategy development to computer-aided analyses. It is well known that model's content and form need to be adapted to its purpose. This typically concerns the tuning in terms of granularity, visualisation, precision and formality of the model,(More)
When modelling enterprises, for instance as part of an enterprise (re)engineering effort, one typically uses a range of models. These models differ in their intended purpose in terms of the domain which the model should pertain to and the intended usage of the model by its audience. The models are therefore generally created in purpose-specific modelling(More)
While modelling research typically concentrates on its more technical and formal aspects, this paper provides a case for what we coin natural modelling. Modelling has always been and will always remain a humanintensive activity. To be adopted at large, modelling technologies should be perceived as natural as possible. In order to characterise what natural(More)
Business fields characterized by collective activities are numerous and require well-adapted software-based services to improve the efficiency of business collaborations. The design of services supporting the activities in such domains is usually ad-hoc and relies on the know-how of various involved actors. Based on our experience of designing innovative(More)
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