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A review of the methodologies, techniques and suggestions proposed for enabling knowledge sharing and Re-use in computer integrated manufacturing environments and other enterprises

Lookup NU author(s): Dr Panos Periorellis


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The term enterprise modelling, synonymous with enterprise engineering, refers to methodologies developed for modelling activities, states, time, and cost within an enterprise architecture. They serve as a vehicle for evaluating and modelling activities resources etc. CIM - OSA (Computer Integrated Manufacturing Open Systems Architecture) is a methodology for modelling computer integrated environments, and its major objective is the appropriate integration of enterprise operations by means of efficient information exchange within the enterprise. PERA is another methodology for developing models of computer integrated manufacturing environments. The paper reviews the work carried out by various researchers and computing departments in the area of enterprise modelling and points out other modelling problems related to enterprise integration.

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Author(s): Periorellis P, Bokma A

Publication type: Report

Publication status: Published

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Year: 1998

Print publication date: 01/02/1998

Source Publication Date: February 1998

Institution: Sunderland University

Place Published: Sunderland, UK