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Object Process Methodology (OPM) is a conceptual modeling language and methodology for capturing knowledge and designing systems, specified as ISO 19450.Based on a minimal universal ontology of stateful objects and processes that transform them, OPM formally specifies the function, structure, and behavior of artificial and natural systems in a large variety of domains. Catering to human cognitive principles, an OPM model represents the system under design or study bimodally in both graphics and text for improved representation, understanding, communication, and learning.

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  • Object Process Methodology (OPM) is a conceptual modeling language and methodology for capturing knowledge and designing systems, specified as ISO 19450.Based on a minimal universal ontology of stateful objects and processes that transform them, OPM formally specifies the function, structure, and behavior of artificial and natural systems in a large variety of domains. Catering to human cognitive principles, an OPM model represents the system under design or study bimodally in both graphics and text for improved representation, understanding, communication, and learning.
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  • Object Process Methodology (OPM) is a conceptual modeling language and methodology for capturing knowledge and designing systems, specified as ISO 19450.Based on a minimal universal ontology of stateful objects and processes that transform them, OPM formally specifies the function, structure, and behavior of artificial and natural systems in a large variety of domains. Catering to human cognitive principles, an OPM model represents the system under design or study bimodally in both graphics and text for improved representation, understanding, communication, and learning. OPM was conceived and developed by Prof. Dov Dori at the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology and at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The first paper, in which ideas underlying OPM were presented for the first time, was published in 1995. Since then, OPM has evolved and developed. In 2002, the first book on OPM was published, and on December 15, 2015, after six years of work by ISO TC184/SC5, ISO adopted OPM as ISO 19450 Publicly Available Specification – Automation systems and integration - Object-Process Methodology. A second book is being published in 2016. OPM is bimodal – it is expressed both visually-graphically and verbally-textually. A set of one or more diagrams of a single kind, called Object-Process Diagram (OPD), is the visual expression, and a corresponding set of automatically-generated sentences in a subset of English, called Object-Process Language (OPL), is the verbal expression. A freely available software package, OPCAT, is downloadable from Technion's Enterprise Systems Modeling Laboratory. The elements in an OPD are things – objects and processes – and links that connect the things to express relations among them.An OPM object is a thing that exists, or might exist, physically or informatically. Objects are stateful – they may have states, such that at each point in time, the object is at one of its states or in transition between states. An OPM process is a thing that transforms an object by creating or consuming it, or by changing its state.
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