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Paper presented at the 37th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-37), Big Island, Hawaii. , & Ramesh, R. (2005). MibML: A conceptual modeling grammar for integrative business information systems using the agent metaphor (Working Paper). New York: State University of New York at Buffalo, School of Management. This work was previously published in Journal of Database Management, Vol. 18, Issue 1, edited by K. Siau, pp. 1-19, copyright 2007 by IGI Publishing, formerly known as Idea Group Publishing (an imprint of IGI Global).
The clear semantics also make it easy for systems developers to identify correct MibML constructs to represent problem domain knowledge. Take goal and task for example. It is always difficult to differentiate a goal and a task. A real-world instance “order inventory” can either be modeled as a goal or as a task depending on the level of abstraction. With a goal clearly defined as a stable state of an agent and a task as an internal transformation, we understand that a task changes states of an agent.