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Contribution and limits of UML models for task modelling in a complex organizational context: case study in the healthcare domain

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The task analysis and modelling domain is very rich in concepts, models, methods and tools. This paper focuses on contributions and limitations of UML models for task modelling in complex organizational contexts, in which certain situations can be critical for human beings. Our case study is in the healthcare domain, specifically the medication ordering and administration process implying many human actors ; in this research project, the objective is to design and realize new information and cooperative systems. Designing such new systems allows new organizational problems to be considered. In this paper, we explain how we have used several UML models to describe certain aspects of the organization and show the advantages and limitations of UML modelling.
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hal-03474204 , version 1 (10-12-2021)

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Stéphanie Bernonville, Christophe Kolski, Marie-Catherine Beuscart-Zephir. Contribution and limits of UML models for task modelling in a complex organizational context: case study in the healthcare domain. Internet and Information Technology in Modern Organizations: Challenges & Answers, Proceedings of The 5th International Business Information Management Association Conference, Dec 2005, Cairo, Egypt. pp.119-127. ⟨hal-03474204⟩
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