• Designing complex information systems is a task performed by design teams with team members coming from different domains with different expertise. Shared understanding between members of a design team throughout a project is still a challenge. A design framework is presented that integrates individual design knowledge, explicit design knowledge used by design teams, and computational design knowledge. For each type of design knowledge, several modeling languages for expressing conceptual models are known. Translation processes between these characteristic design knowledge explications are introduced. Core elements of this design framework, i.e., modeling languages and translations, are discussed by a Ubiquitous Information System (UIS) development project that was conducted over the period of several years. ()
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