Measurements represent a fundamental component of Enterprise Information Systems and they play a key role in organizations. Their own languages, concepts and techniques, concerning how to approach and solve problems in modern industrial scenarios, inevitably characterize these two disciplines. This is why the question we posed is to get a methodology that allows us to analyse, model and implement software subsystems able to render really usable information concerning measurements, keeping their informative peculiarities unchanged. The final goal of our research is to define a Use Case-based methodological proposal for modeling the informative content of measurements and their usage that starts from the business model of an enterprise subsystem and achieves a software model able to satisfy the users' needs.

A Measurement-oriented Modelling Approach – basic concepts to be shared

Gaspari A;
2015

Abstract

Measurements represent a fundamental component of Enterprise Information Systems and they play a key role in organizations. Their own languages, concepts and techniques, concerning how to approach and solve problems in modern industrial scenarios, inevitably characterize these two disciplines. This is why the question we posed is to get a methodology that allows us to analyse, model and implement software subsystems able to render really usable information concerning measurements, keeping their informative peculiarities unchanged. The final goal of our research is to define a Use Case-based methodological proposal for modeling the informative content of measurements and their usage that starts from the business model of an enterprise subsystem and achieves a software model able to satisfy the users' needs.
Software Technologies
978-3-319-25579-8
Springer
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