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Faculty Publications, Working Papers

RMU Research #: 5981
Title: Information Modeling
Author/PI: Valerie J Powell
Date(s): 03/20/2003
Category: Computer Information Systems
Type: Conference Paper
Description: Information modeling: this is a presentation/demonstration on how information modeling is done (using, in this case, Semantic Object Modeling) and on the process of communication between Subject Matter Experts (SMEs - i.e. managers, engineers, marketing specialists, logistics specialists, etc.). This presentation covers Business Rules and how to make sure that a database accurately reflects an organization's data and transactions. Paper presented at International Applied Business Research Conference, Acapulco, Mexico, March 20, 2003.
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