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An Object-Oriented Abstraction Mechanism for Generic Enterprise Modeling

Volume 4, Issue 1. Copyright © 2008. 15 pages.
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DOI: 10.4018/jeis.2008010104
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Choudhury, Islam, Sergio de Cesare and Emily Di Florido. "An Object-Oriented Abstraction Mechanism for Generic Enterprise Modeling." IJEIS 4.1 (2008): 48-62. Web. 20 Aug. 2014. doi:10.4018/jeis.2008010104

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Choudhury, I., de Cesare, S., & Di Florido, E. (2008). An Object-Oriented Abstraction Mechanism for Generic Enterprise Modeling. International Journal of Enterprise Information Systems (IJEIS), 4(1), 48-62. doi:10.4018/jeis.2008010104

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Choudhury, Islam, Sergio de Cesare and Emily Di Florido. "An Object-Oriented Abstraction Mechanism for Generic Enterprise Modeling," International Journal of Enterprise Information Systems (IJEIS) 4 (2008): 1, accessed (August 20, 2014), doi:10.4018/jeis.2008010104

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Abstract

A generic object-oriented enterprise modeling process (GOOEMP) is a set of partially ordered steps intended to reach the objective of building a fully integrated, dynamic, object-oriented model of the enterprise. An abstraction mechanism is proposed to enable this process. The process is generic because it applies to most types of enterprises. Enterprise models are the products developed from the process and these can be used by various stakeholders in an organization to: a) give them an understanding of the enterprise; b) design integrated information systems; c) respond to business changes by evolving their enterprise models and information systems in a coordinated and coherent manner; and d) enable the enterprise models built within a particular industry to be reused and applied to many other industries.
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