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Information system modelling : from representation to knowledge

Abstract : An information system is generally considered as a structured set of the operating system of a company. Thus modelling is a central activity of its design. The aim of this paper is show the major role of the knowing subject in information system modelling, both in his singularity and his plurality. The study will first show the link between modelling and knowledge. Then we will enlarge the problematics of modelling to its political dimension.
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Chantal Morley. Information system modelling : from representation to knowledge. EIASM 1994 : European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management, 2nd International Workshop on Managerial and Organizational Cognition, May 1994, Brussels, Belgium. ⟨hal-02550786⟩



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