Fachgruppe EMISA der Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V.

EMISA Journal

Enterprise Modelling and Information Systems Architectures

Editors-in-Chief: Peter Fettke (German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence) and Agnes Koschmider (Kiel University)

Enterprise Modelling and Information Systems Architectures - An International Journal (EMISA) is a scholarly peer-reviewed open access journal with a unique focus on novel and innovative research on Enterprise Models and Information Systems Architectures. The journal is publisher-independent and published by the German Informatics Society (GI) and its Special Interest Groups on Modelling Business Information Systems (SIG MoBIS) and on Design Methods for Information Systems (SIG EMISA).

Editorial Statement

‘Enterprise Models and Information Systems Architectures should be researched from different perspectives, angles, and backgrounds, with a multitude of theoretical and practical lenses and mindsets. We welcome and encourage a broad understanding of Enterprise Modelling research and intend to further its many different facets, theoretical foundation and experiential body of knowledge.’

Focus and Scope

emisajournalEMISA targets researchers, practitioners and students with an interest in state-of-the-art conceptual and enterprise modelling research and its applications. The journal publishes thoughtful, well developed articles on all facets of analysing, designing, investigating, evaluating and applying conceptual models, enterprise models, enterprise and information systems architectures, corresponding modelling languages and modelling methods, and is open to submissions from all scientific disciplines and fields. The editorial board imposes no restrictions regarding the research paradigm or research method, encourages multi- and transdisciplinary research contributions, and welcomes submissions from for-profit, nonprofit and government organisations in a dedicated ‘Experience Report’ section (Download Flyer).

The journal will address (but will not limit itself to) the following specific areas:

  • Modelling Methods, Meta Modelling, Method Engineering
  • Enterprise Architectures, Information Systems Architectures, Software Architectures
  • General Purpose and Domain-Specific Modelling Languages
  • Ontologies and Reference Models
  • Analysis Patterns, Design Patterns, Architectural Patterns
  • Analysis of Conceptual Models and Modelling Languages
  • Evaluation and Quality of Conceptual Models, Architectures, and Languages
  • Business Process Management, Enterprise Architecture Management
  • Model-Driven Development, Models@run-time, Executable Models
  • Software Tools for Conceptual and Enterprise Modelling, Business Process Management and Enterprise Architecture Management

For further details, visit the homepage of the EMISA journal.

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