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The M*-object methodology for information system design in CIM environments : the organisation analysis phase

Abstract : M*-OBJECT is a methodology for information system analysis, design and implementation developed for CIM environments. It is based on an object-oriented approach and it covers in-depth analysis of static and dynamic aspects of the CIM information system. M*-OBJECT is made of three major phases : organisation analysis, conceptual design and implementation design. The organisation analysis phase provides a structured set of requirements. The conceptual design phase provides executable formal specifications of the information system. The implementation design phase provides the implementation description of necessary databases. Each phase is supported by a dedicated model and set of guidelines which can be computerised. This article focuses on the organisation analysis phase for which an organisation model based on the concepts of agent, event, function (process and activity) and component is proposed.
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Antonio Di Leva, Piercarlo Giolito, François Vernadat. The M*-object methodology for information system design in CIM environments : the organisation analysis phase. [Research Report] RR-1918, INRIA. 1993, pp.17. ⟨inria-00074756⟩

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