Describes the ideas behind, and application of, what the authors call 'Fundamental Modeling Concepts', which are designed to provide a consistent and coherent way to think and talk about information processing systems. These Fundamental Modeling Concepts I enable efficient communication between a wide variety of software-system users, analysts, architects and managers, etc. The ideas that form the structure behind this book are communicated in terms of illustrative examples, which the authors use to build an understanding of the detail of the conceptual framework of their models.Communication between experts from different domains requires a common terminology and notation that is easy to apply. This is where Fundamental Modeling Concepts (FMC) steps in.
|Title||:||Fundamental Modeling Concepts|
|Author||:||Andreas Knopfel, Bernhard Grone, Peter Tabeling|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons Incorporated - 2005|