Information systems belong to the most complex artifacts built in today's society. Developing, maintaining, and using an information system raises a large number of difficult problems, ranging from purely technical to organizational and social. Information Systems Engineering: From Data Analysis to Process Networks presents the most current research on existing and emergent trends on conceptual modeling and information systems engineering, bridging the gap between research and practice by providing a much-needed reference point on the design of software systems that evolve seamlessly to adapt to rapidly changing business and organizational practices.These security policies include maintenance policies as well as system flexible update and other issues related to system automatic changes. Recently, these issues have been discussed in special issues on Secure Information Systems edited by Fujita (2007a). ... The software problem affects Toyota Prius cars sold in 2005, and causes an affected Prius to either stall or completely shut down whenanbsp;...
|Title||:||Information Systems Engineering: From Data Analysis to Process Networks|
|Publisher||:||IGI Global - 2008-04-30|