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A Theoretical Base for High-level Simulation of Organisational Information Systems

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Author list: Palmius, Joel

Publication year: 2006

Start page: 815

End page: 823

Number of pages: 9

ISSN: 1092-7026

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/sres.704

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Abstract

The design of organisational information systems is a study of the complex. An organisational information system in the Human Activity System sense, is the sum total of all that contributes to distributing information within an organisation. This includes the human actors participating in the system. Managing information about such a system is a difficult task. Technical support for measuring organisational information systems and comparing different ideas about organisational information systems would thus be useful. A high-level simulation of information systems could be such a technical support. There are a number of issues making such a simulation infeasible today. These mainly arise from the complexity of the simulation model, and in consequence of the data input problem. However, by introducing isomorphism and object templates, it is possible to solve some of these problems. In order to utilise these approaches, a framework for isomorphic simulations need to be developed.


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