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Marginas, I.L. (author)
This thesis is aimed at exploring how security aspects within organizations can be addressed at a very high level: an ontological level that encapsulates construction and operation issues of organizations with no reference to implementation concerns. To do this, DEMO (Dynamic Engineering and Modeling for Organizations) has been found as the...
master thesis 2011
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Tokhi, K. (author)
The threat of flooding is of great concern to many countries and significant resources are spent to deal with this threat. A better understanding of the motivation of organizations responsible for flood control and their reasons for selecting certain modes and targets can help improve the decisions to allocate resources in the fight against...
master thesis 2010
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Krouwel, M.R. (author)
Because of the changing needs of enterprises, raised by the changing market among other reasons, the needs of its supporting information system(s) will also change. Design and Engineering Methodology for Organizations (DEMO), from Delft University of Technology, has already proven to be an effective tool in designing and realizing agile...
master thesis 2010
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Drenthen, J. (author)
Alcatel-Lucent Switzerland (ALU) manages the networks of major telecommunication service providers. The extent of these insourced telecom services is described in a Service Level Agreement. It it essential for ALU to comply with the agreed service level, since violation will result in severe penalties. As of this moment, ALU's service desk...
master thesis 2010
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Maria, P.R. (author)
The lack of methodology has proven to be a weakness in many sourcing initiatives. This research is an attempt to rationalize the decisions decision-makers often intuitively make. The following question is addressed in this research: How can one decide which domains in an enterprise are favorable candidates for sourcing? To this end, the concept...
master thesis 2010
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Wong A Foe, J.N. (author)
Nowadays large organizations are confronted with the increasing complex network of processes, information flows and stakeholders which all should be managed to provide the customer with end products and services. In a utopia, every actor in an organization would be able to have an overview of his area of concern. Management would have a precise...
master thesis 2010
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Begetis, I. (author)
The software development has changed dramatically the last two decades. Software was primarily built in house 30 years ago, aiming to fit the needs of a specific user. During the 80’s the tendency changed with the foundation of software houses that were specializing in the development of “off the self” software, fitting the needs of a wider...
master thesis 2010
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Setiawati, A.L. (author)
Effective communication is required for a successful service execution. It can be achieved when both the service consumer and service provider understand the exchanged data message in the same way. Therefore, the specification of the semantics of data message needs to be explicitly defined in the service specification. Six requirements for...
master thesis 2010
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Sattari Khavas, S. (author)
DEMO is a methodology for designing and engineering organizations which is mostly used for Information System Development (ISD) and redesigning the business processes. DEMO has the ability to reduce the complexity of an organization by providing an ontological model of that organization. Although DEMO has promising advantages and has provided...
master thesis 2010
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Beelen, B.J.G. (author)
The domains of healthcare and Information and Communication Technology (ICT) are very different. In healthcare, human beings are in the center of attention. When considering the domain of ICT, computing and connectivity first come to mind. It is suggested that the first step in bridging the gap between the two domains is to focus on the essence...
master thesis 2010
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Spiele, P.A. (author)
The administration of users and their related permissions in the IT environment is a complex and expensive task. The growing number and variety of applications, combined with the manual administration of related permissions results in an enormous administrative burden and lack of control. An effect of this situation is the accumulation of...
master thesis 2009
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Den Haan, J. (author)
Because of the lack of a significant increase of productivity in the last 20 years we are still in a huge need for increasing the return a company derives from its software development effort. Model-Driven Engineering (MDE) aims to raise the level of abstraction in application modeling and increase automation in application development, thereby...
master thesis 2009
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Badal, V.R. (author)
Nowadays there are a lot of innovative activities going on in the youth care sector. One of the innovations is using digital client records instead of paper client records and in the future online access to digital records for clients. Before an organisation can make client records accessible through the internet, they have to professionalize...
master thesis 2009
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Stoker, R. (author)
master thesis 2009
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Sandhyaduhita, P.I. (author)
High competition and the need to meet market demand are some reasons behind the exploitation of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to automate activities within an enterprise. The Design and Engineering Methodology for Organizations (DEMO) methodology provides a powerful way of thinking to deal with enterprise complexity. It gives a...
master thesis 2009
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Boedhram, V.R.K. (author), Algoe, S.S.R.W. (author)
Often organizations do not exactly know what they desire, when it comes to information systems. Professional companies like ForMetis are needed to give advice and design tailor made information systems for organizations that have the need of it. To do so, one usually uses a software developing methodology. ForMetis has developed such a...
master thesis 2009
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Mongula, D.B. (author)
Floods are among the most hazardous and destructive natural disasters with the potential to wreak havoc on humans, material assets, cultural wealth and ecological resources. Several countries have used different flood management and control measures both structural (e.g. constructing levees, dams, storm surge barriers) and non structural (e.g....
master thesis 2009
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Smeets, M. (author)
Many large organizations encounter great difficulties with the operational implementation of their business strategy. The concept of Enterprise Architecture is a popular means to translate business strategy changes to implications for the operational organization and govern the overall development direction of the organization. Despite the...
master thesis 2009
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Wang, Y. (author)
Globalized business development requires enterprises to have more flexible and interoperable information systems. The use of reusable and marketable business components has proved valuable for the development of a high-level information system. Business Component Identification (BCI) is the first step and a crucial one in the development of an...
master thesis 2009
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Koelewijn, G. (author)
Identity and Access Management (IAM) is about managing “Who has permission to do what on which data and why?” at technical and process level. This is a very complex problem for organizations, because of heterogeneous technology and complex processes. Together with the continuous change in organizations, managing “Who has permission to do what on...
master thesis 2009
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