By David Aveiro, Robert Pergl, Michal Valenta
This publication constitutes the complaints of the fifth company Engineering operating convention, EEWC 2015, held in Prague, Czech Republic, in the course of may well 15–19, 2015. EEWC goals at addressing the demanding situations that smooth and complicated organisations face in a swiftly altering international. The individuals of the operating convention percentage a trust that facing those demanding situations calls for rigorous and clinical options, concentrating on the layout and engineering of organizations. The target of EEWC is to stimulate interplay among the various stakeholders, scientists in addition to practitioners, drawn to making company engineering a reality.
The 10 papers integrated during this ebook have been provided at EEWC after being rigorously reviewed and chosen out of 29 submissions. the subjects of the offered papers allowed for lively participation in attention-grabbing discussions and alternate of rules and prompted destiny cooperation one of the members. This made EEWC a true "working convention" contributing to the extra improvement of firm engineering as a mature self-discipline. themes coated comprise: company engineering and DEMO; enterprise approach administration, simulation, and research; and complexity, transformation, and modeling.
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We will call such map an Ontological Competence Map (OCM). Example of such OCM for the 2nd phase of Pizzeria case (adopted from ) – see Fig. 1 for original ATD, Fig. 2 for OCM. Towards Competence-Based Enterprise Restructuring 39 With this map, the framework for competence-based enterprise restructuring is being proposed. Similar to the method described in  for considering costs during enterprise restructuring, this framework focuses on competence-based models. The framework consists of ten steps, which leverage usage of the aforementioned competence map and enables enterprise restructuring using ontologies: Step 1.
In the end, a control policy will yield the greatest amount of utility over some number of decision steps. As a summary, both POMDP and MDP require a set of states, a set of actions, transitions and rewards. The actions’ eﬀects on the state in a POMDP is exactly the same as in an MDP. The diﬀerence is in whether or not we can observe the current state of the process. In a POMDP we add a set of observations to the model. So instead of directly observing the current state, we obtain an observation which provides a hint about what state it is in.
Advances in Enterprise Engineering IX: 5th Enterprise Engineering Working Conference, EEWC 2015, Prague, Czech Republic, June 15-19, 2015, Proceedings by David Aveiro, Robert Pergl, Michal Valenta