Formal semantics of enterprise models

M. Petit, J.B.M. Goossenaerts, M. Gruninger, J.G. Nell, F.B. Vernadat

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The paper provides a summary of the discussions held in a working group during ICEIMT Workshop 4 (Enterprise Integration Principles and Fundamentals). The topic of the working group was "Formal Semantics of Enterprise Models". In the paper, we suggest that enterprise integration is currently hindered by shortcomings of enterprise modelling languages (section 1), that a better language should be defined and that its semantics should be defined in terms of a formal theory (section 2). The paper concludes with two proposals for research and standardisation projects (section 3).
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEnterprise engineering and integration: Building international consensus
EditorsK. Kosanke, J.G. Nell
Place of PublicationBerlin
PublisherSpringer
Pages135-139
ISBN (Print)3-540-63402-9
Publication statusPublished - 1997

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Petit, M., Goossenaerts, J. B. M., Gruninger, M., Nell, J. G., & Vernadat, F. B. (1997). Formal semantics of enterprise models. In K. Kosanke, & J. G. Nell (Eds.), Enterprise engineering and integration: Building international consensus (pp. 135-139). (Research reports Esprit). Berlin: Springer.
Petit, M. ; Goossenaerts, J.B.M. ; Gruninger, M. ; Nell, J.G. ; Vernadat, F.B. / Formal semantics of enterprise models. Enterprise engineering and integration: Building international consensus. editor / K. Kosanke ; J.G. Nell. Berlin : Springer, 1997. pp. 135-139 (Research reports Esprit).
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Petit, M, Goossenaerts, JBM, Gruninger, M, Nell, JG & Vernadat, FB 1997, Formal semantics of enterprise models. in K Kosanke & JG Nell (eds), Enterprise engineering and integration: Building international consensus. Research reports Esprit, Springer, Berlin, pp. 135-139.

Formal semantics of enterprise models. / Petit, M.; Goossenaerts, J.B.M.; Gruninger, M.; Nell, J.G.; Vernadat, F.B.

Enterprise engineering and integration: Building international consensus. ed. / K. Kosanke; J.G. Nell. Berlin : Springer, 1997. p. 135-139 (Research reports Esprit).

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Petit M, Goossenaerts JBM, Gruninger M, Nell JG, Vernadat FB. Formal semantics of enterprise models. In Kosanke K, Nell JG, editors, Enterprise engineering and integration: Building international consensus. Berlin: Springer. 1997. p. 135-139. (Research reports Esprit).