Alignement, union et intersection de modèles : 3 transformations pour l'analyse des systèmes d'information

Abstract : In information systems, model integration consists in grouping into a single model all the business entities of several thematically connected models. In this paper, three transformations are proposed to assist this integration: an alignment model which highlights the correspondences between the models; a union model (Least Common Multiple Model or LCM) and the intersection model (Greatest Common Model or GCM) built up with the common elements. The LCM is the smallest union of the models and the GCM, kernel of all models, is the greatest intersection of the models. These transformations are achieved with the help of Formal Concept Analysis (FCA).
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André Miralles, Marianne Huchard, Jessie Carbonnel, Clémentine Nebut. Alignement, union et intersection de modèles : 3 transformations pour l'analyse des systèmes d'information. INFORSID 2017, Université Toulouse 1 Capitole May 2017, Toulouse, France. ⟨lirmm-01580833⟩

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