Provided by: Scientific Publishing Ltd.
Date Added: Nov 2012
Currently, enterprise intelligent systems are built without expressed assumptions likely to enable harmonizing the field and correctly attributing the intelligence label to enterprise systems within the way they are built. In the present paper, the authors propose three base assumptions for an enterprise intelligent system architecture as related to Cognitive Enterprise, Embodied Cognition and Agent Paradigm. The aim is to open up possibility to deal with intelligence at the early stages of enterprise architecture and related disciplines such as system engineering and software development.