A Business Process Driven Multidatabase Integration Methodology

Muhlberger, Ralf M. and Orlowska, Maria E. (1996). A Business Process Driven Multidatabase Integration Methodology. In Cheung, To-yat, Siu, Brian and Fong, Joseph (Ed.), Database Reengineering & Interoperability (pp. 283-295) : Kluwer Academic Publishers.

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Author Muhlberger, Ralf M.
Orlowska, Maria E.
Title of chapter A Business Process Driven Multidatabase Integration Methodology
Title of book Database Reengineering & Interoperability
Publisher Kluwer Academic Publishers
Publication Year 1996
Editor Cheung, To-yat
Siu, Brian
Fong, Joseph
Chapter number 21
Start page 283
End page 295
Subjects 280106 Interorganisational Information Systems
Abstract/Summary The design process of building multidatabase systems is not developed enough for the problems of complex systems to be solved in a period of time feasable for any but the largest of companies. Based in part on business re-engineering principles, the methodology of design and analysis presented in this paper allows partial integration of information systems to be governed by the expected functionality.
Keyword Multidatabase Systems
Database Integration
Business Re-Engineering
Distributed Information Management

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