Active Knowledge Modeling of Enterprises by Frank Lillehagen, John Krogstie

By Frank Lillehagen, John Krogstie

Enterprise Modeling has been outlined because the paintings of externalizing company wisdom, i.e., representing the middle wisdom of the firm. even supposing beneficial in product layout and platforms improvement, for modeling and model-based ways to have a extra profound influence, a shift in modeling techniques and methodologies is important. Modeling may still turn into as ordinary as drawing, sketching and scribbling, and will supply strong prone for shooting work-centric, work-supporting and generative wisdom, for retaining context and making sure reuse. an answer is the applying of energetic wisdom Modeling (AKM).

The AKM know-how is set getting to know, externalizing, expressing, representing, sharing, exploring, configuring, activating, turning out to be and dealing with firm wisdom. An AKM resolution is set exploiting the net as an information engineering medium, and constructing knowledge-model-based households of systems, model-configured places of work and services.

This booklet used to be written through the inventors of AKM coming up out in their cooperation with either scientists and business practitioners over a protracted time period, and the authors provide examples, instructions, tools and companies to let new methods of operating, exploiting the AKM method of permit potent c-business, company layout and improvement, and lifecycle administration. managers and layout engineers turns into conscious of the manifold chances of, and further values in, IT-supported allotted layout approaches, and researchers for collaborative layout environments will locate plenty of stimulation and plenty of examples for destiny advancements.

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For activity reporting, bar graphs visualizing budget spending, and Web documents reporting on activities are views supporting important methods even though inherited from the paper world. The different views may reflect the same knowledge asset in a different form or manner that best suits the role or person using that asset in a given context. Information represented in the different views is based on contents of the same AKA and models and therefore ensure information consistency. Many MGWPs are implemented on Web portals for security mostly.

Being able to interrelate and analyze, building the “big picture” and making parts of it active so that it drives execution depend mainly on parallel team-working: 1. Use-case designers and engineers must work with solution model builders on real customer product deliveries, and 2. Product and process methodologies are designed/modeled and applied (executing tasks) in concert with the use-case team. This implies closing the gap between modeling and execution, supporting the following capabilities: x Interaction of users in developing common approaches, pragmatic bestpractices, and matching solutions x Integration of systems to create effective, well-balanced solutions x Interoperability of enterprises in performing networked collaborative business x The discovery of multidimensional knowledge spaces and views x The socialization, discovery, and externalization of what would otherwise be tacit human knowledge x The recognition that software is nothing else but knowledge A good metaphor is to think of the Web as an intelligent mirror, a mirror “painted” on its back with software components, enabling us to interrelate the mental models of humans and the object-oriented models of computers.

This has resulted in many noncohesive and disjoint product structures with predefined object types, parameter sets and values, and phased sequential information flows. Actually, studying most available sources on design theory, you are made to believe that this is pragmatic reality. These disjoint, delimited, product structures are the cause of many of the industrial challenges we will discuss in Chap. 2. To more effectively support design, AKM provides visual language definition services to enable industrial designers to dynamically define evolving product artifacts, combining object instances, properties, and task patterns by capturing the designer actions as an integrating task pattern.

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