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A Multi-perspective Framework for Organizational Patterns   
摘  要:   The goal of this paper is twofold. First we present a multi-perspective framework supporting the description of organizational patterns, supporting the design of business conversations among organizations within a virtual enterprise. The framework exploits three different concurrent views: an intentional view, a strategic view and a process view. Each view addresses a specific set of concerns of interest to different stakeholders in the system and, as a consequence, it has its own particular notation, rationale and constraints. The paper then introduces three patterns that are particularly well-suited for designing business conversations. One of these is studied in detail and validated through a non-trivial case study from an Italian industrial district.
发  表:   Object-Oriented and Entity-Relationship Modelling/International Conference on Conceptual Modeling / the Entity Relationship Approach  2006

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