Information Modeling in the Time of the Revolution

@article{Mylopoulos1998InformationMI,
  title={Information Modeling in the Time of the Revolution},
  author={John Mylopoulos},
  journal={Inf. Syst.},
  year={1998},
  volume={23},
  pages={127-155}
}
Information modeling is concerned with the construction of computer-based symbol structures which capture the meaning of information and organize it in ways that make it understandable and useful to people. Given that information is becoming an ubiquitous, abundant and precious resource, its modeling is serving as a core technology for information systems engineering. We present a brief history of information modeling techniques in Computer Science and briefly survey such techniques developed… CONTINUE READING

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