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Decision-Making Ontology for Information System Engineering

Abstract : Information Systems (IS) engineering (ISE) processes contain steps where decisions must be made. Moreover, the growing role of IS in organizations involves requirements for ISE such as quality, cost and time. Considering these aspects implies that the number of researches dealing with decision-making (DM) in ISE increasingly grows. As DM becomes widespread in the ISE field, it is necessary to build a representation, shared between researchers and practitioners, of DM concepts and their relations with DM problems in ISE. In this paper, we present a DM ontology which aims at formalizing DM knowledge. Its goal is to enhance DM and to support DM activities in ISE. This ontology is illustrated within the requirements engineering field.
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Elena Kornyshova, Rebecca Deneckere. Decision-Making Ontology for Information System Engineering. ER 2010 29th International Conference on Conceptual Modeling, Nov 2010, Vancouver, Canada. pp.104-117, ⟨10.1007/978-3-642-16373-9_8⟩. ⟨hal-00662930⟩



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