Grounding for Ontological Architecture Quality: Metaphysical Choices

@inproceedings{Partridge2016GroundingFO,
  title={Grounding for Ontological Architecture Quality: Metaphysical Choices},
  author={Chris Partridge and Sergio de Cesare},
  booktitle={ER Workshops},
  year={2016}
}
Information systems (IS) are getting larger and more complex, becoming ‘gargantuan’. IS practices have not evolved in step to handle the development and maintenance of these gargantuan systems, leading to a variety of quality issues. 

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