• Welcome to FactModeling.org

    Welcome to FactModeling.org FactModeling.org supports the Fact-Based Modeling (FBM) community and promotes the approach. Expanding from its origins in the logical analysis of natural language for the design of relational databases, through advanced software development tools, requirements management and enterprise architecture, we aim to promote the use of the fact-based approach throughout the IT industry and to its clients. FactModeling.org is an initiative brought to you by FBM practitioners and tool vendors, and delivers to you the latest news, articles, questions and answers and announcements from around the globe. We invite your participation in our informal discussion forums, and to submit feature articles for publication. Please review our Charter and Code of Conduct before posting! Read More
  • Object-Role Modeling Fundamentals - A new text by Dr Terry Halpin

    "Object-Role Modeling Fundamentals" - A new text by Dr Terry Halpin This year saw the release of Dr Halpin's latest text book on Object-Role Modeling, "Object-Role Modeling Fundamentals". This text is available now from Amazon. Just follow the link below: Object-Role Modeling Fundamentals A Practical Guide to Data Modeling with ORM Factmodeling.org had the opportunity to interview Dr Halpin on his new book: Read More
  • Coherent Cooperative Games – Modeling with confidence

    Coherent Cooperative Games – Modeling with confidence Much of our research at Viev has gone into a class of game called a Coherent Cooperative Game. As the name suggests, the game is one that is played with Coherence and Cooperation between the players. We will get back to Coherent Cooperative Games (CCGs), but best to first describe the context in which we speak and what is not a CCG. Read More
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  • Write for us!

    In addition to valuing your involvement in our discussion forums, the Fact Modeling community welcomes new authors who have an Read More
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