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Modeling the Conceps

Modeling the Conceps

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Some basic ideas how to model a concept and consider the evolution of the concept as well. This is still underproduction so its not final or even alpha.. :)
Some basic ideas how to model a concept and consider the evolution of the concept as well. This is still underproduction so its not final or even alpha.. :)

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Categories:Types, Business/Law
Published by: Jan on Jan 25, 2009
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= Modeling and keeping solutions aligned =Concept created 25.1.2009 by Jan R. based on FRAME concept.Here i am going to eplain the ideology which needs to be used to have the separateconcepts aligned with the big picture. The concepts are separated between maincategories, sub-categories, integrating and supporting.* Main-concept-category (later MCC) is the high-level idea which combines the sub-categories together. Idea for this is to explain how the concept fits to the bigpicture and who is responsible for the concept.* Sub-concept-category (later SCC) is the building block for the MCC. The sub-category will descripe an information context in detail and give details about theroles, knowledge-lifecycle and the integrating/supporting concept connections.* Integrating-concept (later IC) is the building block which connects to the otherSCCs in and out of the MCC. So that we can explain the infomation flow andpermissions between concepts.* Supporting-concept (later SC) is the supportive building block of the SCC andwith these we can define the general information context in detail. This gives usthe possibility to understand if this context is indeed SC or SCC. This would helpus to manage these blocks better. The idea with SC is also to create SCCs morerapidly and then also simplyfy the concepts. But in this we need to concentrate ondefining the context in exact detail.== Principles of modeling and using a concept ==A Concept is a data-structure for representing a stereotyped situation orinformation object. Each concept includes different type of information which canbe used to present the concept to wide variety of people.Information about:* How to use the concept, the knowledge-lifecycle.* The default values which reprecent the most common situations, generalizationsfor the situation or information object.* What to do if these expectations are not met or confirmed.* Possible operating limits and capabilities of the concept.* Responsibilities between operators, supporters and owners.* Presentation of the concept and its information in form of reports, searches,collected information views (Dashboard) to the people who are responsible.* What can we expect to happen next, this is the continual-inprovement roadmap.=== Knowledge-Lifecycle ===How do we control the information flow or life-cycle we present in this concept.* Do we set validation rules and then define the information stages and make surethat the information inserted follows the life-cycle.* How about situations where the information is not automatically created, do wecreate this information using deadlines or events that control the generation ofthe information in pre-defined set of rules.* If we mix these above cases, is there a possibility that the other way ofgenerating information or knowledge overrides the other? Do we need to set usagerules or functionalities to prevent dataloss?* What happens when the concept is changed to another and more evolved concept, dowe keep the previous information or do we keep it separate and then make sure itscompararable to the new concept. This comparison can be done using transformation

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