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InGI-Edition. Proceedings, (2009)Mendling, J.; Rinderle-Ma, S.; Esswein, W. (ed.), Enterprise Modelling and information systems Architectures : Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop EMISA 2009, 10.-11. September 2009 in Ulm, pp. 41-54
3rd International Workshop EMISA 2009, 10 september 2009
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Mendling, J.; Rinderle-Ma, S.; Esswein, W. (ed.), Enterprise Modelling and information systems Architectures : Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop EMISA 2009, 10.-11. September 2009 in Ulm
SubjectGI-Edition - Lecture Notes in Informatics; Software Science
The art of System Dynamics (SD) modeling lies in discovering and repre- senting the feedback processes and other elements that determine the dynamics of a system. However, SD shows a lack of means for discovering and expressing precise, language-based concepts in domains. Therefore, we choose to use Object-Role Mod- eling (ORM) to add high quality formal conceptualization to SD modeling and Petri Nets (PNs) to bridge the gap between static ORM and Dynamic, flow-like aspects of SD. To achieve the integration of these methods, we take a step by step approach where we first identify the conceptual link between SD and ORM, then the key concepts used in these methods, which we later use to derive mappings, transition statements and el- ements. This helps us to better understand the underlying concepts, the connections between the model structure, and behavior in a sequential manner.
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