Formal Ontologies and Enterprise Modeling

Ontologies are a formal and explicit knowledge model, which are primarily used in expert systems. In our research we analyze possible applications for formal ontologies in enterprise modeling.


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  • Schunselaar, Dennis; Gulden, Jens; Van Der Schuur, Henk; Reijers, Hajo: A Systematic Evaluation of Enterprise Modelling Approaches on Their Applicability to Automatically Generate ERP Software. In: Proceedings of the Conference on Business Informatics (CBI) 2016, IEEE, Paris, (2016). CitationDetails
  • Bichler, Martin; Frank, Ulrich; Avison, David; Malaurent, Julien; Fettke, Peter; Hovorka, Dirk; Krämer, Jan; Schnurr, Daniel; Müller, Benjamin; Suhl, Leena; Thalheim, Bernhard: Theories in Business and Information Systems Engineering. In: Business & Information Systems Engineering (2016), p. 1-29. doi:10.1007/s12599-016-0439-zFull textCitationDetails
  • Kaczmarek, Monika: Ontologies in the Realm of Enterprise Modeling – a Reality Check. In: Cuel, Roberta; Young, Robert (Ed.): Proceedings of the 7th Workshop on Formal Ontologies meet Industry (FOMI). 2015. CitationDetails
  • Kaczmarek, Monika: Categories of Ontologies’ Applications in the Realm of Enterprise Modeling. In: Ieee (Ed.): Proceedings of the 17th IEEE Conference on Business Informatics (CBI 2015). IEEE Computer Society, 2015. CitationDetails