Information Modeling provides the tools
and techniques for specifying business information requirements. The approach
is based on the principle that a single set of business related facts can
support many diverse applications and systems.
An Information Model:
In addition to Information Modeling, which
is strictly an analysis discipline, this seminar explores transitions to
database design, object-oriented design and data warehouse planning and
design. It also emphasizes the interdependence of the Information Model
and the Application Model.
Identifies business entities and associations
Specifies semantic definitions for entities
Articulates the business rules for creating
and deleting instances of entities and associations.
Identifies and defines all attributes of entities
Seminar ID: IMW
Duration: 4 days
The Information Modeling Workshop uses a combination
of lectures and workshops to present the tools and techniques of the disciplines
involved. It includes mini-exercises to give participants a feel for the
tools and a case study to provide them with a sense of the disciplines.
The case study may, at the request of the client, be a local application
During the seminar, we will:
Build an information model for the case study.
Write definitions for entities, associations
Review the model for technical consistency
and for its support of business policy.
Explore ways to make the model accessible
to business and technical users.
Upon successful completion of the seminar,
the participant will be able to:
Help define the components of an information
Appreciate the transition between information
models and class models.
Understand the implications of database design.
An open mind.
Who Should Attend?
The seminar is primarily directed towards:
Information Systems Analysts
The seminar can also serve the needs of:
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