Understanding relationships with attributes in entity-relationship diagrams

@inproceedings{BurtonJones1999UnderstandingRW,
  title={Understanding relationships with attributes in entity-relationship diagrams},
  author={Andrew Burton-Jones and Ron Weber},
  booktitle={ICIS},
  year={1999}
}
Conceptual modeling is an important task undertaken during the systems development process to build a representation of those features of an application domain that are important to stakeholders. In spite of its importance, however, substantial evidence exists to show that it is not done well. Designers often provide incomplete, inaccurate, or inconsistent representations of domain features in the conceptual models they prepare. Users often have difficulty understanding the meaning inherent in… CONTINUE READING
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