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DESIGNING COMPLEX WEB INFORMATION SYSTEMS : INTEGRATING EVOLUTIONARY PROCESS ENGINEERING


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ISBN : 9781605663005  
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Year of Publication : 2009    Edition : 1
Publisher : IGI GLOBAL (IDEA GROUP)
Subject : COMPUTER SCIENCE - IT



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Corporations across the globe are increasingly considering the importance of user experience and business process design in creation of Web information systems. Designing Complex Web Information Systems: Integrating Evolutionary Process Engineering provides an overview of modern Web application technologies useful to business designers. This Premier Reference Source presents information communication technologies at work to solve real-life problems ranging from accounting to managing an organization.


Content :

Foreword ............................................................................................................... ix Preface .................................................................................................................. xii Acknowledgment ............................................................................................... xxv Section.I Background Chapter .I. Evolution.of.Business.Process.Notation .................................................... 1 Why Process Notation is Important ............................................................. 1 IDEF0: 1993 ................................................................................................ 2 UML: 2004 ................................................................................................... 5 BPMN: 2006 .............................................................................................. 11 Conclusive Notes on the Graphic Representation of the Business Processes ............................................................................................... 21 References .................................................................................................. 23 Chapter .II. Web.Information.System.Design.Methodologies.Overview .................. 24 Introduction ................................................................................................ 24 Importance of the Design Methodologies for Modern Web-Oriented Information Systems ....................................................... 25 Table of Contents The Web Design Methodologies ................................................................. 26 OOHDM: 1998 .......................................................................................... 26 WEBML: 2000 ........................................................................................... 29 UML-Based Web Engineering: 2000 ......................................................... 31 W2000: 2000 .............................................................................................. 36 IDM – Interactive Dialogue Model: 2006 ................................................. 40 Conclusive Notes on Design Methodology of Web Application ................. 42 The Methodology Extensions to Support the Design of Process-Oriented Web Application ........................................................ 45 Conclusive Notes on Design Methodology of Web Application and their Support to Process Design ..................................................... 52 References .................................................................................................. 55 Chapter .III. Details.about.IDM. Web. Application.Design.Methodology ................... 57 Introduction ................................................................................................ 57 IDM ............................................................................................................ 58 Open Issues about PIDM and W2000 Publishing Model .......................... 67 Conclusion ................................................................................................. 75 Chapter .IV A.Brief.Introduction.to.Ontology ............................................................ 77 Introduction ................................................................................................ 77 Definition of Ontology ................................................................................ 78 Ontology and Semantic Web ...................................................................... 80 Design Methodology for Ontology ............................................................. 81 Semantic Web Languages ........................................................................... 92 Ontology and Meta-Model ......................................................................... 93 Ontology Representation of BPMN ............................................................ 96 From Meta-Model to Model ..................................................................... 101 Conclusion ............................................................................................... 102 References ................................................................................................ 103 Section.II. The.Methodologies Chapter .V The.Design. Vision .................................................................................... 106 Introduction .............................................................................................. 106 A Brief Introduction to the Requirement Analysis .................................... 107 Several Information Systems Types of Users ........................................... 118 Reference Architecture ............................................................................. 120 Different Experts who have been Involved in the Design and Realization of the System ..................................................................... 122 Flexibility of the Information System ....................................................... 123 Four Level Architecture for the Modern Web Information System .......... 124 From the Methodology to the Tools ......................................................... 126 The Benefits of the Approach ................................................................... 127 Conclusion ............................................................................................... 128 References ................................................................................................ 129 Chapter .VI.. Web. Application.Process-Oriented.Design.for .External.Users .......... 131 Introduction .............................................................................................. 131 Methodological Guidelines: A Brief Overview ........................................ 132 IDM Process: Methodological Guidelines .............................................. 139 PIDM Process: Preliminary Observations .............................................. 155 Ontological Representation of the Methodological Guidelines ............... 170 Conclusion ............................................................................................... 177 References ................................................................................................ 178 Chapter .VII. A.Case.Study.for .External.Users ........................................................... 179 Introduction .............................................................................................. 179 Application of the Methodological Guidelines IDM Process .................. 182 Conclusion ............................................................................................... 191 References ................................................................................................ 194 Chapter .VIII. Web. Application.Process-Oriented.Design.for .Internal.Users ........... 195 Introduction .............................................................................................. 195 Step 1. Abstract Level ............................................................................... 197 From the Workflow BPMN to the Realization of the Portal ..................... 203 Step 2. Implementation Level ................................................................... 205 Coherence between the Flow of the Process and the Support Application ........................................................................................... 208 Ontological Representation of the Methodology ..................................... 208 The Definition of the Layout .................................................................... 209 Conclusion ............................................................................................... 209 References ................................................................................................ 210 Chapter .IX. Case.Study.for .Internal.Users ................................................................ 211 Introduction .............................................................................................. 211 Details of the Process .............................................................................. 212 Conclusion ............................................................................................... 220 References ................................................................................................ 221 Section.III. Automatic.Code.Generation.and.the. Tools Chapter .X. From.the.Model.to.the.Code.Generator ................................................ 223 Introduction .............................................................................................. 223 The Support Tools .................................................................................... 224 The Machine-Readable Design ................................................................ 225 Code Generator ....................................................................................... 226 Conclusion ............................................................................................... 231 References ................................................................................................ 231 Chapter .XI. Technological.Choices ............................................................................. 233 Introduction ..............................................................................................
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