Ontologies to Support Process Integration in Enterprise Engineering

@article{Grninger2000OntologiesTS,
  title={Ontologies to Support Process Integration in Enterprise Engineering},
  author={Michael Gr{\"u}ninger and Katy Atefi and Mark S. Fox},
  journal={Computational & Mathematical Organization Theory},
  year={2000},
  volume={6},
  pages={381-394}
}
Enterprise design knowledge is currently descriptive, ad hoc, or pre-scientific. One reason for this state of affairs in enterprise design is that existing approaches lack an adequate specification of the terminology of the enterprise models, which leads to inconsistent interpretation and uses of knowledge. We use the formal enterprise models being developed as part of the Toronto Virtual Enterprise (TOVE) project to provide a precise specification of enterprise structure, and use this… CONTINUE READING
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