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Fact Oriented Modeling with FCO-IM: Capturing Business Semantics in Data Models with Fully Communication Oriented Information Modeling by Stijn Hoppenbrouwers, Marco Engelbart, Jan Pieter Zwart

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A3: Tables of Business Rules

The following tables of Business Rules were drawn up from the description given above in Section 2.1 and from interviews with domain experts. All Business Rules have been checked and approved by the domain experts. The tables also show which Business Rules have been included in the Information Model, and with which Constraints they correspond.

A3.1 Business Rules from the description (Section 2.1)

All Business Rules found in the description are listed here:

BR #

Business Rule

Modeled as:

BR 01

In May, four months before the start of the next theater season, the program is published in a brochure and on the theater’s website.

Not modeled: process rule

BR 02

Each show has a title and a performer. ...

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