Maria Gadomski, Andrzej Straszak
Socio-Cognitive Engineering Paradigms for Business Intelligence Modelling: the TOGA conceptualization.
Proceedings of the 5th Business Information System International Conference– BIS 2002, Poznan, Poland, April 24-25, 2002.
The paper is an introduction
to the new conceptualization of the business intelligence modeling from
the perspective of meta-systemic knowledge and socio-cognitive values involved
in the management of large complex heterogeneous real-world systems integrating
human, technological and environmental components. On the other hand, the
paper demonstrates how the application of a modern systemic approach TOGA
(Top-down Object-based Goal-oriented Approach, its top-ontology, and artificial
intelligence software technologies enable together to define meta-modeling
frameworks and to indicate why, where and how business intelligence can
be constructed and reinforced.