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Title: On domain modelling of the service system with its application to enterprise information systems
Authors: Wang, JW
Wang, HF
Ding, JL
Furuta, K
Kanno, T
Ip, WH 
Zhang, WJ
Keywords: Domain modelling
Enterprise information system
Function-behaviour-structure
Service system
System decomposition
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Source: Enterprise information systems, 2016, v. 10, no. 1 How to cite?
Journal: Enterprise information systems 
Abstract: Information systems are a kind of service systems and they are throughout every element of a modern industrial and business system, much like blood in our body. Types of information systems are heterogeneous because of extreme uncertainty in changes in modern industrial and business systems. To effectively manage information systems, modelling of the work domain (or domain) of information systems is necessary. In this paper, a domain modelling framework for the service system is proposed and its application to the enterprise information system is outlined. The framework is defined based on application of a general domain modelling tool called function-context-behaviour-principle-state-structure (FCBPSS). The FCBPSS is based on a set of core concepts, namely: function, context, behaviour, principle, state and structure and system decomposition. Different from many other applications of FCBPSS in systems engineering, the FCBPSS is applied to both infrastructure and substance systems, which is novel and effective to modelling of service systems including enterprise information systems. It is to be noted that domain modelling of systems (e.g. enterprise information systems) is a key to integration of heterogeneous systems and to coping with unanticipated situations facing to systems.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/43519
ISSN: 1751-7575
EISSN: 1751-7583
DOI: 10.1080/17517575.2013.810784
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