Organizational Patterns

Early requirements analysis is concerned with modeling and understanding the organizational context within which a software system will eventually function. Organizational patterns derive from organizational theories and are intended to facilitate the construction of organizational models.

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P. Giorgini; H. Mouratidis; M. SchumacherSecurity Patterns for Agent Systems.Eighth European Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (2003)2003DownloadDetails
P. Giorgini; M. Kolp; J. MylopoulosOrganizational Patterns for Early Requirements Analysis.15th Conference On Advanced Information Systems Engineering (CAiSE*03)2003DownloadDetails
P. Giorgini; H. Mouratidis; M. WeissIntegrating Patterns and Agent-Oriented Methodologies to Provide Better Solutions for the Development of Secure Agent Systems.Workshop on Expressiveness of Pattern Languages 2003, at ChiliPLoP (2003)2003DownloadDetails
P. Giorgini; M. Kolp; J. MylopoulosMulti-Agent and Software Architecture: A Comparative Case Study.1st International Conference on Autonomous Agent and Multi Agent Systems (AAMAS'02)2002DownloadDetails
P. Giorgini; M. Kolp; J. MylopoulosMulti-Agent Architectures as Organizational Structures.Internation Journal of Cooperative Information Systems2002DownloadDetails
P. Giorgini; M. KolpInformation Systems Development through Social Structures.14th International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering (CAiSE'02)2002DownloadDetails
P. Giorgini; M. Kolp; J. MylopoulosInformation Systems Development trhough Social Structures.Fourteenth International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering (SEKE2002)2002DownloadDetails
A. Fuxman; P. Giorgini; M. Kolp; J. MylopoulosInformation Systems as Social Structures.Second International Conference on Formal Ontologies for Information Systems (FOIS-2001)2001DownloadDetails
M. Kolp; J. MylopoulosSoftware Architectures as Organizational Structures.ASERC Workshop on "The Role of Software Architectures in the Construction, Evolution, and Reuse of Software Systems"2001DownloadDetails
P. Giorgini; M. Kolp; J. MylopoulosA Goal-Based Organizational Perspective on Multi-Agents Architectures.Eighth International Workshop on Agent Theories, architectures, and languages (ATAL-2001)2001DownloadDetails
Jaelson Castro; Manuel Kolp; John MylopoulosA Social Organization Perspective on Software Architectures.First International Workshop From Software Requirements to Architectures (STRAW 01)2001DownloadDetails
M. Kolp; J. MylopoulosArchitectural Styles for Information Systems: An Organizational Perspective.Tropos Working Paper2001DownloadDetails
A. Fuxman; P. Giorgini; J. MylopoulosFrom Entities and Relationships to Social Actors and Dependencies.19th International Conference on Conceptual Modeling (ER2000)2000DownloadDetails

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