In this paper the authors discuss the initial idea of using ontologies to model requirements of the standards that support IT management processes. The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) is set as an example. A need for transition from the generic model do the organization-specific one is indicated. The described example serves as a ground for considering the usefulness of such modeling approach in the wider spectrum of...
The aim of this paper is to present a new method of the validation of an Agent and Ontology-based Information Technology Assessment System. In the introduction part of the paper, the characteristics of the proposed multi-agent system are presented. Next, some important details regarding the ontology functionality of this system are described and an approach to its verification process is proposed. The approach employs semantic...
The aim of this article is to present the project framework for constructing a Software Process Simulation Modeling (SPSM) system. SPSM systems can be used as a virtual environment for the selection of methods and tools of project management in IT support organizations. The constructed system simulates the Scrum methodology, including the management processes and the project roles. For the implementation of Scrum processes, the...
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