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Cham : Springer, [2020]
xxiv, 465 stran : ilustrace (převážně barevné) ; 25 cm

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ISBN 978-3-030-38853-9 (vázáno)
Enterprise engineering series
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001490211
Contents // Part I Introduction // 1 A History of Organisation and ICT... 3 // References... 6 // 2 Introduction to Enterprise Engineering... 9 // References... 12 // 3 Introduction to Enterprise Ontology... 13 // 3.1 About Intellectual Manageability... 13 // 3.2 The Philosophical Background of Enterprise Ontology... 14 // 3.3 The Importance of Enterprise Ontology... 15 // 3.4 The Urgent Need for Enterprise Ontology... 17 // References... 18 // Part II Theories // 4 The Enterprise Engineering Theories... 23 // 4.1 Introduction... 23 // 4.2 The CIAO Paradigm... 24 // 4.2.1 From Information-Centric to Communication-Centric... 24 // 4.2.2 Communicative Action... 26 // 4.2.3 Implications for Information, Action, and Organisation... 28 // 4.3 Overview of the EE Theories... 30 // 4.4 Summaries of the EE Theories... 32 // 4.4.1 The FI Theory... 32 // 4.4.2 The MU Theory... 34 // 4.4.3 The TAO Theory... 36 // 4.4.4 The PSI Theory... 37 // 4.4.5 The DELTA Theory... 39 // 4.4.6 The OMEGA Theory... 41 // 4.4.7 The ALPHA Theory... 43 // xiii // xiv // Contents // 4.4.8 The BETA Theory... 44 // 4.4.9 The IOTA Theory... 46 // 4.4.10 The NU Theory... 46 // 4.4.11 The SIGMA Theory... 47 // References... 47 // 5 The FI Theory: Understanding Factual Knowledge // and Information... 49 // 5.1 Introduction... 49 // 5.2 Foundations... 51 // 5.2.1 The Semiotic Triangle... 51 // 5.2.2 The Semiotic Ladder... 52 // 5.2.3 Things and Objects... 53 // 5.2.4 Factual Information... 56 // 5.2.5 The Creation
of Types... 59 // 5.2.6 The Subtype Relation... 60 // 5.3 Elaborations... 62 // 5.3.1 Functional Types... 62 // 5.3.2 Sameness and Change... 63 // 5.3.3 Composition and Decomposition... 65 // 5.3.4 Dual Notions... 65 // 5.4 Discussions... 67 // 5.4.1 The Layout of Forms... 67 // 5.4.2 Value Types in Programming and Modelling // Languages... 68 // References... 69 // 6 The MU Theory: Understanding Models and Modelling... 71 // 6.1 Introduction... 71 // 6.2 Foundations... 72 // 6.2.1 The Notion of Model... 72 // 6.2.2 The Model Triangle... 73 // 6.2.3 The General Conceptual Modelling Framework... 75 // 6.3 Elaborations... 80 // 6.3.1 The General Ontology Specification Language... 80 // 6.3.2 The Textual Formalism of GOSL... 81 // 6.3.3 The Graphical Formalism of GOSL... 82 // 6.3.4 Standard Value Types... 88 // 6.3.5 The Meta Schema... 89 // 6.4 Discussions... 90 // 6.4.1 Comparison of the GCMF with Other Approaches... 90 // 6.4.2 The Confusion that Is Caused by 0-0 Thinking... 91 // References... 93 // Contents // XV // 7 The TAO Theory: Understanding Function and Construction... 95 // 7.1 Introduction... 95 // 7.2 Foundations... 96 // 7.2.1 The Notion of Affordance... 96 // 7.2.2 Artefacts... 98 // 7.2.3 Function and Construction... 100 // 7.2.4 Experience and Value... 101 // 7.3 Elaborations... 103 // 7.3.1 Constructional and Functional (De)composition... 103 // 7.3.2 Composition and Decomposition of Enterprises... 105 // 7.3.3 The Role of Function and Construction in System
// Design... 107 // 7.4 Discussions... HO // 7.4.1 The Subjective Nature of Functional Models... 110 // 7.4.2 Can One Map Functional Models to Constructional // Models?... HI // 7.4.3 The Importance of Ontological Modelling... 114 // 7.4.4 The TAO Theory and the TAO Philosophy... 116 // References... ?0 // 8 The PSI Theory: Understanding the Operation of Organisations... 119 // 8.1 Introduction... 120 // 8.2 Foundations... 121 // 8.2.1 Recapitulation of the CIAO Paradigm... 121 // 8.2.2 Work Is Production Plus Coordination... 124 // 8.2.3 The Process of a Coordination Act... 126 // 8.2.4 Business Conversations... 128 // 8.2.5 Business Transactions... 131 // 8.2.6 Transaction Patterns... 131 // 8.2.7 The Notion of Transactor... 144 // 8.3 Elaborations... 147 // 8.3.1 Time Aspects of Transactions... 147 // 8.3.2 The Operating Cycle of Actors... 150 // 8.3.3 Human Qualities in Transactions... 150 // 8.4 Discussions... 153 // 8.4.1 Striving for Consensus and Culture... 153 // 8.4.2 Other Approaches to Organisations as Social Systems... 154 // 8.4.3 The Practical Importance of the PSI Theory... 155 // References... 156

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