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Eric Yu: Modeling the Enterprise for Information Management in the Age of Digital Transformation
发布时间:2016-09-11   发布人: 管理员   返回威尼斯人官网app-澳门威尼斯app下载 首页   浏览次数:406

嘉宾:Eric Yu Professor at the University of Toronto iSchool, Canada.

主题:Modeling the Enterprise for Information Management in the Age of Digital Transformation

时间及地点:2016年9月19日(周二)上午10点;威尼斯人官网app大楼211会议室

主持人:孙建军教授


摘要:

Social, mobile, and cloud computing, together with big data analytics and the Internet of Things, are rapidly changing the context of information management in today's organizations. Current enterprise modeling frameworks and techniques, conceived and developed for a more stable environment, will need to be extended to support analysis and design of the complex dynamics of today's increasingly fast-paced world.  I will outline requirements for next-generation enterprise modeling in light of the digital transformations taking place across almost every sector, and will suggest possible paths ahead.


嘉宾简历:

Eric Yu is Professor at the University of Toronto iSchool, Canada. His research interests are in the areas of information systems modeling and design, requirements engineering, knowledge management, and software engineering. He is the originator of i* (“i-Star”), a prominent framework for modeling and analyzing information systems in social contexts. Books he has co-authored or co-edited include: Social Modeling for Requirements Engineering (MIT Press, 2011); Conceptual Modeling: Foundations and Applications (Springer, 2009); and Non-Functional Requirements in Software Engineering (Springer, 2000). He is co-editor for the MIT Press book series on Information Systems. He serves on the editorial boards of the Requirements Engineering journal, the Int. Journal of Agent Oriented Software Engineering, IET Software, and the Journal of Data Semantics, and is an associate editor for the Int. Journal of Information Systems Modeling and Design. He was Program Co-chair for the 27th and 33rd Int. Conference on Conceptual Modeling (ER’08, ER’14). He has authored or co-authored more than 200 research papers.

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