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 Title: Method of Elimination Data Sources Conflicts in Information System Authors: Levykin, ViktorEvlanov, Maksim Keywords: Information SystemDynamic SystemInformation GeneMetamodelData Sources ConflictSynergeticConflicts EliminationSystems and Software Issue Date: 2008 Publisher: Institute of Information Theories and Applications FOI ITHEA Abstract: Use of modern object-oriented methods of designing of information systems (IS) both descriptions of interrelations IS and automated with its help business-processes of the enterprises leads to necessity of construction uniform complete IS on the basis of set of local models of such system. As a result of use of such approach there are the contradictions caused by inconsistency of actions of separate developers IS with each other and that is much more important, inconsistency of the points of view of separate users IS. Besides similar contradictions arise while in service IS at the enterprise because of constant change separate business- processes of the enterprise. It is necessary to note also, that now overwhelming majority IS is developed and maintained as set of separate functional modules. Each of such modules can function as independent IS. However the problem of integration of separate functional modules in uniform system can lead to a lot of problems. Among these problems it is possible to specify, for example, presence in modules of functions which are not used by the enterprise to destination, to complexity of information and program integration of modules of various manufacturers, etc. In most cases these contradictions and the reasons, their caused, are consequence of primary representation IS as equilibrium steady system. In work [1] representation IS as dynamic multistable system which is capable to carry out following actions has been considered: URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10525/1057 ISSN: 1313-0455 Appears in Collections: Book 3 Decision Making and Business Intelligence Strategies and Techniques

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