Fact-Oriented Modeling Task
A Fact-Oriented Modeling Task is a modeling task that produces a fact-oriented model.
- It can be based on a Fact-Oriented Modeling Methodology.
- It can be supported by a Controlled Vocabulary Design Task.
- See: Business Requirements Analysis, Business Rules Analysis.
- (Melli & McQuinn, 2008) ⇒ Gabor Melli, and Jerre McQuinn. (2008). “Requirements Specification Using Fact-Oriented Modeling: A Case Study and Generalization.” In: Proceedings of Workshop on Object-Role Modeling (ORM 2008). doi:10.1007/978-3-540-88875-8_98
- QUOTE: Fact-oriented Modeling , ,  is an technique that assists with the conceptual modeling of an IT Solution. The approach however has not yet been fully incorporated into software requirement specification standards , , , , , , . With the introduction of such standards as Structured Business Vocabulary and Rules (SBVR) ,  it is now possible to consistently employ Fact-oriented Modeling in the delivery of enterprise solutions.