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Title: Modeling an Enterprise Information System: A Case Study of IT Services
Authors: Yousef Khalid Alduwaisan 
Supervisor: Dr. Sabah Al-Fedaghi
Keywords: Enterprise : Information System
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher:  Kuwait university - college of graduate studies
Abstract: Current modeling of enterprise and information systems is based on diverse methods such as function orientation, data orientation, process orientation, object orientation, and object/process orientation. Other emerging modeling methods include the ontology capture method and business process modeling notation (BPMN). These and other approaches have been criticized for their lack of execution environment into which events that cause change may be incorporated. This topic is important in the study of the dynamic behavior of systems for both analysis and control. The heterogeneity and multiplicity of current models has caused problems that reveal the need to model events. Accordingly, this thesis develops a new approach oriented toward “things that flow.” Specifically, the thesis concentrates on the study of process specification in analysis and design of enterprise/system architectures in order to most effectively facilitate their control. This thesis describes a single, integrated diagrammatic representation that uniformly incorporates structural and behavioral aspects into an underlying conceptual description. The viability of the model is demonstrated by applying it to a case study of services provided by an existing organizational unit.
Appears in Programs:0612 Computer Engineering

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