A Common-sense Model of the Enterprise

@inproceedings{Fox1993ACM,
  title={A Common-sense Model of the Enterprise},
  author={Mark S. Fox and John F. Chionglo and Fadi George Fadel},
  year={1993}
}
There is a paradigm shift towards a distributed and integrated enterprise. Currently, computer systems that support enterprise functions were created independently. This hampers enterprise integration Therefore, there is a need for a computer based data model which provides a shared and well defined terminology of an enterprise, and has the capability to deductively answer common sense questions. This paper discusses how TOVE tackles these needs by defining a framework for modeling generic… CONTINUE READING
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