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By Frank Lillehagen, John Krogstie

Enterprise Modeling has been outlined because the artwork of externalizing firm wisdom, i.e., representing the middle wisdom of the firm. even though worthy in product layout and structures improvement, for modeling and model-based techniques to have a extra profound impression, a shift in modeling techniques and methodologies is important. Modeling should still develop into as ordinary as drawing, sketching and scribbling, and will offer robust prone for shooting work-centric, work-supporting and generative wisdom, for keeping context and making sure reuse. an answer is the applying of lively wisdom Modeling (AKM).

The AKM expertise is set researching, externalizing, expressing, representing, sharing, exploring, configuring, activating, growing to be and handling company wisdom. An AKM answer is set exploiting the internet as a data engineering medium, and constructing knowledge-model-based households of structures, model-configured places of work and services.

This booklet was once written by means of the inventors of AKM bobbing up out in their cooperation with either scientists and business practitioners over an extended time period, and the authors supply examples, instructions, tools and providers to let new methods of operating, exploiting the AKM method of let powerful c-business, firm layout and improvement, and lifecycle administration. managers and layout engineers turns into conscious of the manifold probabilities of, and additional values in, IT-supported dispensed layout methods, and researchers for collaborative layout environments will locate plenty of stimulation and plenty of examples for destiny advancements.

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The more role-specific the workplaces, their tasks, views, and data are modeled, the bigger the potential to further exploit the resulting knowledge architecture elements, and reuse the reflective views and task structures. The Kongsberg seat heat solution is modeled by a team composed of Kongsberg product designers and engineers, and AKM knowledge architects and model and workplace builders, concurrently developing and adapting the many kinds of models required for the workplace solutions. The first version of the AKM platform and the first prototype components of the collaborative product and process design (CPPD) methodology are developed in this use-case.

E-Business services development 5. Model-based engineering and solutions 1980–1990 1990–1995 1995–2000 2000–2005 2005–2010 Now, 30 years after the birth of the first major challenges, we are still devoting lots of resources to make these systems interoperate and exchange and correctly interpret data. The question is: should we rather spend our time designing new approaches to industrial computing? 2 Society and Community Cooperation 31 skills of turning the information to competence and skills.

These languages offer consistent and coherent enterprise descriptions, and represent a scientific basis for enterprise 22 1 What is Active Knowledge Modeling Technology? modeling, but integrated operations require that the POPS languages are defined and adapted by model-configuring them using the IRTV languages. The core business knowledge of any enterprise is the four inseparable dimensions of product, organization, process, and system (POPS). The POPS dimensions have several intrinsic properties, such as reflective views, recursive work processes, repetitive roles and tasks, and replicable solutions.

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