By Mario Piattini
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The main objective of conceptual modeling is the elicitation and formal definition of the general knowledge about a domain that an IS needs to know to perform the required functions. This section describes the kinds of knowledge required by most ISs. The line of reasoning we will follow is this: • If the memory function of an IS has to maintain a representation of the state of the domain, then we must define which is the concrete state that must be represented. • The state of most domains is time varying, which requires defining the causes of changes and the effects of those changes on the state.