An approach in value systems modeling

  • P. Macedo
  • L. M. Camarinha-Matos

Although Value Systems play an important role in collaborative networks, the concept is still ill defined. This chapter contributes to a formal model and analysis of value systems using various modeling formalisms. Examples of applicability of these models are also given.


Unify Modeling Language Potential Partner Evaluation Dimension Algebraic Model Virtual Organization 
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