e3value user manual, first release

Contents

1 Introduction
 1.1 Value networks
 1.2 Innovation
 1.3 Value models
 1.4 When to use e3value
2 Value Networks
 2.1 Actors
 2.2 Market segments
 2.3 Value activities
 2.4 Partnerships
3 Economic Transactions
 3.1 Value objects
 3.2 Value ports
 3.3 Value transfers
 3.4 Value interfaces and value transactions
 3.5 Value offering and bundling
 3.6 Value interfaces of market segments
 3.7 Value interfaces of value activities
 3.8 Value interfaces of partnerships
4 Dependency Elements
 4.1 Customer needs
 4.2 Boundary elements
 4.3 Dependency paths
 4.4 And-dependencies
 4.5 Or-dependencies
 4.6 Dependency graphs
5 Quantification
 5.1 Properties
 5.2 Customer need occurrences
 5.3 Sizing market segments
 5.4 Quantifying or-dependencies
 5.5 Cardinality dependencies
 5.6 Same-object bundling
  5.6.1 Port cardinalities
  5.6.2 Value transfer cardinalities
  5.6.3 Where to specify same-object bundling?
 5.7 Transaction choice ratios
  5.7.1 Transaction dependency
 5.8 Valuations of a value transfer
  5.8.1 Money transfers
  5.8.2 Non-money transfers
 5.9 Expenses
 5.10 Investments
 5.11 Computing property values
6 Net Value Flow Analysis
 6.1 Traces
 6.2 Net value flow analysis of an actor
 6.3 Net value flow analysis for a market segment
 6.4 Net value flow analysis of a value activity
 6.5 Net value flow analysis of a partnership
  6.5.1 Independent valuations
7 Discounted Net Value Flow Analysis of a Time Series
 7.1 Time series
 7.2 Naive net present cash flow analysis
 7.3 Discounted net present cash flow analysis
 7.4 The cost of risk
 7.5 Discounted net present cash flow computation in the time series tool
8 Fraud Scenarios
 8.1 Representing fraud scenarios
 8.2 Analyzing fraud scenarios
A The e3value Ontology
B Properties
C The e3value Expression Language
 C.1 Object names and identifiers
 C.2 Properties
 C.3 Absolute navigation paths
 C.4 Relative navigation paths