Category talk:Conceptual Information Model

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A representation of real-world objects and their relationships, as understood by domain experts (e.g. ORM, Entity Relationship, UML class diagram). A conceptual model should include no implementation-specific details.

Also Known As: Computationally Independent Model

See also: Logical Information Model, Physical Information Model

--Jay Lyle 08:00 14 February 2012 (EST)

A model that captures business entities and relationships in a form easily comprehensible to subject matter experts, for the purpose of common understanding and to support more detailed model development. A conceptual model values reuse over ease of implementation. --Jay Lyle 18:29, 23 February 2012 (EST)