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About Use Case Maps The Use Case Map (UCM) visual scenario notation, part of the URN standard, describes causal flow of responsibilities optionally superimposed on ...
How to add a contribution to the UCMVirtualLibrary Purpose The UCMVirtualLibrary is meant to: Include all sorts of publications related to UCM or URN Be ...
Aspect oriented User Requirements Notation DanielAmyot 05 Nov 2009
BillBlackley 23 Aug 2006
Contact Information Daniel Amyot, Professor, University of Ottawa, damyot #64;eecs.uottawa.ca
Revised Metamodel This new version of jUCMNav's metamodel, now called 0.19 (Feb. 14th, 2008), is available in Rose and HTML format from http://jucmnav.softwareengineering ...
Current Z.151 Metamodel For version 2 of the URN standard (October 2012), see Z151Metamodel2012. Z.151 Metamodel This page contains the URN/Z.151 metamodel (version ...
Draft Z.151 Standard This page contains the latest version of the draft Z.151 standard (URN), for comments and feedback. Download Z151 20080924.zip: Further ...
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jUCMNav Quick Installation jUCMNav requires J2SE 1.5 (or JRE 1.5), Eclipse 3.1.0 (or more recent), the Graphical Editing Framework (GEF) 3.1, and the Eclipse Modeling ...
Mailing Lists Several mailing lists are now available to users. Posting is currently limited to members, and all lists are moderated and archived. Use Case Maps ...
PostScript (PS) is a page description language used primarily in the electronic and desktop publishing areas. This is a format used by the UCMNav tool as an export ...
Abstract Please delete these instructions after reading them! Enter your abstract here. Don't forget to attach the article and (link to) the presentation (if ...
Use Case Map Navigator (UCMNav) UCMNav Download UCMNav Installation UCMNav Features UCMNav Demo UCMNav Model File Format UCMNav Scenario ...
UCMNav Demonstration The following Macromedia Flash presentation (4MB) illustrates several of the key functionalities of UCMNav using a simple Pizza delivery system ...
UCMNav Documentation Documentation for UCMNav is rather obsolete at this point. However, there are several documents describing the basics that are still very useful ...
UCMNav Download Please read the License agreement carefully and contact mailto:damyot@site.uottawa.ca?subject UCMNav Daniel Amyot to explain briefly why you ...
UCMNav Examples The UCMNavExamples.zip file contains a few examples that will enable you to play with the tool. Elevator.ucm: Elevator control system PhotoArchivalSystem ...
UCMNav Features Editing UCM Models Use Case Maps models are always syntactically correct Path transformations and path connections based on an internal ...
UCMNav History History The Use Case Map Navigator (UCMNav) was first prototyped by Jeromy Carriere as part of a project in a graduate course taught by Prof. Ray Buhr ...
UCMNav Installation This page explains step by step what needs to be done in order to install Use Case Maps Navigator (UCMNav) on different platforms DOORS ...
The following Quick Help is available in the tool's About menu. Keyboard Shortcuts Basic c : Component Tool (creation) p : Path ...
UCMNav Scenario File Format in XML The UCM Navigator tool supports the concept of scenario definitions , which enables model testing, scenario highlight, and generations ...
UCMNav Source Code How about building your own version of UCMNav, fixing bugs, and contributing to other improvements and binary distributions? The latest UCMNav code ...
UCMNav Model File Format in XML The UCM Navigator tool uses XML for loading, saving, exporting, and importing UCM models. The file format is described using a commented ...
URN Virtual Library Use the various indexes and search capabilities to find the URN/UCM/GRL paper(s) you are looking for! Also, please do not hesitate to add your ...
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Theses DanielAmyot 04 Aug 2006
URN Meeting, Ottawa, January 16 18, 2008 This page contains information relevant for the ITU T SG17 Q.12 meeting held at the University of Ottawa, on January 16 18 ...
URN meeting, July 22, 2008 University of Toronto, Canada Participants: Daniel Amyot, Jordi Cabot, Golnaz Elahi, Jennifer Horkoff, Jose Norberto Mazón, Eric Yu Issues ...
Aspect oriented User Requirements Notation (AoURN) Publications Note: this is just a search of all publications by "Mussbacher" after 2005 and may therefore include ...
Abstract In this paper we use the APOC an agent architecture framework intended for the analysis and implementation of complex agent architectures to investigate ...
Abstract The purpose of the Requirements Definition and Analysis Language (RDAL) annex is to support the modeling and analysis of requirements, and the verification ...
Abstract Recently, agent systems have proven to be a powerful new approach for designing and developing complex and distributed software systems. The agent area is ...
Abstract The Unified Modeling Language (UML) is a standard for visual modelling. We can de sign abstract models by using its elements. Although the semantic scope ...
Abstract Business processes require a supporting technical architecture enabling their realization. The secure design of this architecture has key importance in the ...
Abstract Scenario driven requirement specifications are widely used to capture and represent high level requirements. Timed Use Case Maps (TUCM) is a high level scenario ...
Abstract This paper presents application of use case maps as an extension of UML for system integration. The methodology is used in context of scenario based integration ...
Abstract Checking the consistency in component models at design phase is essential in component based software engineering (CBSE). In our previous work, we proposed ...
Abstract This chapter applies the template proposed by Opdahl and Henderson Sellers to the Goal oriented Requirement Language (GRL). It proposes a metamodel of GRL ...
Abstract We explain how to use a high level, visual notation called Use Case Maps (UCMs) to bring together the "what" and "how" of multiagent systems, for understanding ...
Abstract The desire to obtain value and justify investments from the different Information Systems in place in organizations has been around for a long time. Organizations ...
Abstract Effective user interface is an important component to the success of an interactive system as any of the components that manage the underlying functionality ...
Abstract The specification of complex software systems is one that often overwhelms designers with low level detail and does not provide a high level system view. ...
This thesis describes a method where UCMs (formerly known as Timethreads) are transformed into LOTOS specifications for simulation and validation purposes. Two case ...
Abstract The functional modeling of telecommunications systems requires an early emphasis on behavioral aspects. In the first stages of common development processes ...
Abstract In the mobile wireless communication domain, different systems apply common solutions to similar functional and architectural design problems. The recognition ...
Abstract This thesis proposes a technique to map customer requirements to a platform configuration at the early stage of software requirements analysis and performs ...
Abstract Please delete these instructions after reading them! Enter your abstract here. Don't forget to attach the article and (link to) the presentation (if ...
Abstract The Aspect oriented User Requirements Notation (AoURN) combines goal oriented, scenario based, and aspect oriented concepts into a framework for requirements ...
Abstract Aspect oriented approaches are available for various phases of software development such as requirements analysis, design, and implementation. Yet, moving ...
Abstract Recently, many organizations invested in Business Process Management Systems (BPMSs) in order to automate and monitor their processes. Business Activity Monitoring ...
Abstract Jackson problem diagrams, goal modeling, and business process modeling (BPM) are employed in a requirements engineering approach that captures both business ...
Abstract We have been studying energy saving schemes using the Home Network System (HNS), integrating multiple appliances and sensors at home. In our previous research ...
Abstract The idea of security aware system development from the start of the engineering process is generally accepted nowadays and is becoming applied in practice ...
Abstract In this chapter we describe various techniques for studying and representing the work of software engineers and using the results to develop requirements ...
Abstract Software systems have become more complex, with myriad features and multiple functionalities. A major challenge in developing and maintaining such complex ...
Abstract A key aspect for the success of architecture centric development is the traceability of design documentation. This means that the developers should always ...
Abstract Unavailable. Discussion ISSN 1666 1087 Please feel free to discuss this article directly on this page. Constructive comments are welcomed! Please ...
Abstract Software architecture design is known to be driven by the quality attributes we may want to satisfy. Among them, modifiability plays an important role since ...
Abstract A quality driven approach to software development and testing demands that, ultimately, the requirements of stakeholders be validated against the actual behavior ...
Abstract Goal models represent interests, intentions, and strategies of different stakeholders in early requirements engineering. When capturing requirements of socio ...
Abstract PCurrent modeling approaches for designing services do not address the characteristics of collaborative business to business (B2B) service engagements. Yet ...
Abstract In this paper, we consider the use of i for modelling social networks in the context of mega urbanization and water resources. In particular, we discuss ...
Abstract Non functional properties (NFPs) represent an important facet of service descriptions, especially when a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) approach is ...
Abstract While several approaches exist for modeling goals and business processes in organizations, the relationships between these two views are often not well defined ...
The project evaluates the benefits of adding a Use Case Map view to existing Unified Modeling Language views of an object oriented software system. This includes ascertaining ...
Abstract (Resumen) (in Spanish) Las arquitecturas de software son modelos de sistemas que, al poseer un alto nivel de abstracción, permiten manejar correctamente la ...
Abstract Model based Systems Engineering (MBSE) is a promising approach to handle the increasing complexity of embedded systems through the use of models that can ...
Abstract Please delete these instructions after reading them! Enter your abstract here. Don't forget to attach the article and (link to) the presentation (if ...
Abstract Compliance of business processes with authoritative rules is significantly important to avoid financial penalties, efficiency problems, and reputation damages ...
Abstract Validation should be done in the context of understanding how a business process is intended to contribute to the business strategies of an organization. ...
Abstract An important issue in software evolution is the time and effort needed to understand existing applications. Reverse engineering software to recover behavioural ...
Abstract Most organizations encounter business IT alignment problems because they fail to properly understand how well an enterprise software package aligns with ...
Abstract In order to design a better web based system, a designer would like to have notations to visualize how design experts know how can be applied according ...
Abstract Performance requirements should be addressed as early as possible during requirements analysis and architectural design. This paper presents a goal oriented ...
Abstract Current approaches to agent system design are generally goal driven. An agent system is designed by iteratively decomposing system goals until they can be ...
Abstract Hospitals strive to improve the quality of the healthcare they provide. To achieve this, they require access to health data. These data are sensitive since ...
Abstract The i (i star) framework has been widely adopted by the information systems community. Since the time it was proposed, different variations have arisen ...
Abstract Goal models and business process models are complementary artifacts for capturing the requirements and their execution flow in software engineering. Usually ...
This reports on a case study of HotDraw. The VirLibUoof1997 and VirLibPlop1996 papers both draw on this case study. Abstract We show how a new technique called use ...
Abstract Many modelling tools embed verification rules that are checked against user defined models to ensure they satisfy the static semantic constraints of the modelling ...
Abstract This thesis describes the role based model for software architecture applied to object oriented systems and frameworks. The purpose of the role based model ...
Abstract The development of distributed reactive systems is a complex and error prone process. These systems consist of many separate autonomous components that operate ...
Abstract Scenarios are useful for the elicitation, description, and analysis of software requirements. However, they need to be used in cooperation with complementary ...
Abstract E business initiatives succeed when the business model and the deployed software architecture contribute directly to the firm's business goals. The design ...
Abstract Use cases are popular software engineering artifacts because their simplicity facilitates the comprehension of a system by all stakeholders. However, use ...
Abstract E commerce is presently operating under its expected capacity, mainly because traders find it very difficult to trust one another online for trading decisions ...
Abstract In this paper, we propose a framework for modeling goal driven requirements of web applications. Web engineers mostly focus on design aspects only overlooking ...
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Abstract Because of complex relationships among SOA assets, it is hard to manage SOA asset. This paper presents a construction method for domain SOA assets repository ...
Abstract Companies need to adjust their business models constantly to changes in their environment. In this paper we propose a lightweight approach for evolving business ...
Abstract Business processes, goals, and tasks of individuals in an Enterprise must constantly be aligned with several regulations, standards, policies and EA principles ...
Abstract Adopting Open Source Software (OSS) components in organisational settings requires valuating the possible impact of adoption decisions on business goals ...
Abstract L'obtention d'une spécification à partir d'exigences informelles peut s'avérer une tâche fastidieuse et parsemée d'embûches si une approche méthodique ou ...
Abstract (in French) In November 1999, ITU T initiated a new standardization project on a visual requirements notation for complex systems and applications. This ...
Abstract This thesis addresses the problem of formal modelling and test generation, from system requirements represented in the form of Use Case Maps. In the first ...
Abstract The Goal Oriented Requirement Language (GRL) is a new and evolving notation used to specify and analyze goals and requirements. In this project, we develop ...
Abstract The agnostic, integrated and automated treatment of non functional (quality) attributes into a business process realization is still a challenge. While functional ...
Abstract Abstract not available. DanielAmyot 21 Aug 2011 Discussion Please feel free to discuss this article directly on this page. Constructive comments ...
Abstract A discrete event simulation model for evaluating quality attributes, employing the software architecture, is proposed in this work. A metamodel of the software ...
Abstract Goals analysis bases on goals identification and refinement processes to guide software development. In some cases, goals are explicitly formulated, in others ...
Abstract While there are many aspect oriented modeling (AOM) approaches, from requirements to low level design, it is still difficult to compare them and know under ...
Abstract Modeling approaches are based on various paradigms, e.g., aspect oriented, feature oriented, object oriented, and logic based. Modeling approaches may cover ...
Abstract This report represents another milestone of a work in progress: a comprehensive handbook on how to produce high quality documentation for software architectures ...
Abstract SPEC VALUE, a rigorous scenario driven approach for the description and validation of complex system functionalities at the early stages of design, is presented ...
Abstract Recognizing the need for a notation that would be used in the very first and often informal stages of the development cycle, the International Telecommunication ...
Abstract The Use Case Map (UCM) scenario notation can be used to model service requirements and high level designs for reactive and distributed systems. It is therefore ...
Abstract The rapid introduction of new web services into a dynamic business environment can lead to undesirable interactions that negatively affect service quality ...
Abstract Web applications are becoming more complex and the way to manage the complexity is to model them. This paper presents a methodology to model Web applications ...
Abstract La calidad de los productos de software en la industria es crítica hoy en día, ya que afecta en forma transversal a las actividades de las organizaciones ...
Abstract This paper presents the test aspect of URN. User Requirements Notation (URN) is the part of ITU T's family of languages. URN contains two kinds of notation ...
Abstract In this paper, we give a survey of the most important ITU T languages used in the system modeling and development process. We discuss the goals, the most ...
Abstract Formal methods can be used at all stages of a software development project. In this paper we reflect on the roles of ITU T standardized System Design Languages ...
Abstract Recovering behavioral design models from execution traces is not an easy task due to the sheer size of typical traces. In this paper, we describe a novel ...
Abstract Locating software faults is a problematic activity in many systems. Existing tool approaches usually work close to the system implementation, requiring the ...
Abstract The Use Case Map (UCM) scenario notation has some strong features related to rapid capture and evaluation of requirements models. In this paper, we explain ...
Abstract Hospitals aim to improve quality of care and ensure cost effectiveness in the health care services they provide. To achieve these goals, hospitals are increasingly ...
Abstract Formal specification of software systems has been very promising. Critics against the end results of formal methods, that is, producing quality software ...
Abstract e Business models show why an e business case might work from an economic perspective. They are often represented using informal textual representations. ...
Abstract The Aspect oriented User Requirements Notation (AoURN) is a modeling framework that combines aspect oriented, goal oriented, and scenario based modeling. ...
Abstract Interactions in aspect oriented models must be detected, documented, and resolved for aspects to be composed as desired. Generally, aspect interactions can ...
Abstract Over the last decade, many aspect oriented (AO) programming and modeling languages have been developed. Pointcut expressions are a key concept of each of ...
Abstract This chapter demonstrates how the User Requirements Notation (URN) can be used to model business processes. URN combines goals and scenarios in order to help ...
Abstract A major problem we humans have in the engineering of complex, computer based systems is understanding and defining how the required behaviour of a whole system ...
Abstract Model based development techniques enable a high efficiency and the mastering of complexity. For many domains more than one model has to be used to express ...
Abstract Architectural decisions, such as choosing an appropriate technology or an effective decomposition into subsystems, are interacting with organizational influence ...
Abstract Against the background of the growing significance of Business Process Management (BPM) for Information Systems (IS) research and practice, especially the ...
Abstract Compliance means to ensure that business practice and processes are aligned at commonly accepted norms. Companies are expected to comply with an increasing ...
Abstract The last decade has seen the development of many diverse aspect oriented modeling (AOM) approaches. This paper presents eight different AOM approaches that ...
Abstract This paper proposes a conceptual modeling approach for requirements engineering for e business systems that enables alignment of systems requirements with ...
Abstract The incorporation of performance analysis in the early stages of software development has proven to be an elusive goal. Since the appearance of Connie Smith ...
Abstract Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP) cuts across (and supplements) conventional programming to focus on emergent entities. In an analogous fashion, a visual ...
Abstract A number of recent initiatives in both academia and industry have sought to achieve improvements in e businesses through the utilization of Business Process ...
Abstract Mobile payments can be categorized according to their usage in each of the five payment scenarios presented here. The paper proposes the mobile payment modeling ...
Abstract Over the years the software engineering community has increasingly realized the important role software architecture plays in fulfilling the quality requirements ...
Abstract Goal oriented modelling languages are central in the information systems (IS) field, both for aligning new IS with organisational needs and for developing ...
Abstract To increase users trust in the systems they use, there is a need to develop trustworthy systems. These systems must meet the needs of the system s stakeholders ...
Abstract The goal oriented paradigm is widely popular in Requirements Engineering. However, the central notion of goal remains one of the most controversial in the ...
Abstract Software system development should start from a business model expressing the business logic. It provides he development team a better understanding of the ...
Abstract Se presenta como objetivo realizar un marco de comparación aplicado a métodos de diseño arquitectónico del software que incorporen metas, aspectos o estándares ...
Abstract This chapter introduces the User Requirements Notation (URN) standardized formal methods and its joint use with Unified Modelling Language (UML) in enterprise ...
Abstract The environments in which businesses currently operate are dynamic and constantly changing, with influence from external and internal factors. When businesses ...
Abstract Precision in goal models can be enhanced using quantitative rather than qualitative scales. Selecting appropriate values is however often difficult, especially ...
Abstract Finding software faults is a problematic activity in many systems. Existing approaches usually work close to the system implementation and require developers ...
Abstract Precise specification and exacting verification and validation of protocol standards are essential for their successful development and implementation. Currently ...
Abstract Small to medium sized web applications are often built using a standard open source platform such as LAMP, rather than a comprehensive, but also more complex ...
Abstract We propose Use Case Maps (UCMs) as a notation for describing features. UCMs capture functional requirements in terms of causal scenarios bound to underlying ...
Abstract Functional scenarios describing system views, uses, or services are a common way of capturing requirements of telecommunication systems. However, integrating ...
Abstract This paper proposes a new Feature Interaction (FI) filtering method at the requirements level. FI filtering is to screen out some irrelevant feature combinations ...
Abstract After some remarks on the use of different formal methods in the area of feature interaction detection, the question of the use of these methods in telecommunications ...
Abstract A methodology for feature design, specification, and validation is presented. The methodology is based on Use Case Maps for the description of features and ...
Abstract Our project is concerned with how dynamic agencies (sets of collaborating agents that vary their composition and collective behaviour over time) may be used ...
Abstract Scenario driven requirement specifications are widely used to capture and represent functional requirement. More recently, the Use Case Maps language(UCM ...
Abstract Scenario driven requirement specifications are widely used to capture and represent functional requirements. Use Case Maps (UCM) is being standardized as ...
Abstract A design methodology which allies the graphical expressiveness of the timethread notation with the analytical power of the LOTOS language and its associated ...
Abstract Testing represents one of the major concerns in nowadays system development, since it provides both confidence in the product and enriches the quality of ...
Abstract This report presents the implementation of the import/export of User Requirements Notation (URN) models in Z.151 format with jUCMNav. Z.151 is an ITU T standard ...
Discussion This report proposes an approach for the design and validation of distributed systems using scenarios (UCMs) and formal methods (LOTOS). The case study ...
Abstract The behavior of a system comprised of collaborating components tend to be difficult to analyze, especially if the system consists of a large number of concurrently ...
Abstract Architecture conception is a difficult and time consuming process, requiring advanced skills from the software architect. The tasks of an architect are alleviated ...
Abstract Despite the obvious advantages of reuse implied by component technology, component based development has not taken over yet. Problems that inhibit general ...
Abstract Des approches orientées aspects sont aujourd’hui disponibles à chaque phase du développement d’un logiciel : analyse des exigences, conception, ou encore ...
Abstract Compliance with institutional policies, government regulations and applicable legislation is a major concern for any organization when defining its business ...
Abstract In recent years, the number of regulations an organization needs to comply with has been increasing, and organizations have to ensure that their business ...
Abstract Discussion Please feel free to discuss this article directly on this page. Constructive comments are welcomed! Please sign your TWiki name.
Abstract This thesis addresses the feature interaction problem in the research area of telephony systems design. We start with a review of this problem and present ...
Abstract Business process compliance management is an important part of corporate governance as it helps meet objectives while avoiding consequences and penalties ...
Abstract Goal models represent interests, intentions, and strategies of different stakeholders. Reasoning about the goals of a system unavoidably involves the transformation ...
Abstract The precise specification of communication systems is a crucial part of their successful development and implementation. Different methodologies for generating ...
Abstract Technologies based on aspects and applied at the early stages of software development allow requirements engineers to better encapsulate crosscutting concerns ...
Abstract The Goal oriented Requirement Language (GRL), part of URN, is supported by jUCMNav for modeling goals and other intentional concepts. Currently, two major ...
Abstract Telephony systems have evolved from the Plain Old Telephony System providing only the basic functionality of making phone calls, to sophisticated systems ...
Abstract Among their popular and potential applications, scenarios and use cases provide an integrative picture of the user tasks with its context (users and work ...
Abstract In recent few years, the use of "policies" in the management of the behavior of large scale, dynamic or distributed systems is gaining importance. In the ...
Abstract Before it makes sense to embark upon e commerce systems development, first the commercial and technical feasibility of an e business idea must be established ...
This paper describes a case study of an ACE application, the gateway, in which we reverse engineer gateway code and associated documentation into a use case map model ...
Abstract Multi agent systems are emerging as a potential solution to the problem of constructing flexible network based software. A characteristic of such systems ...
Abstract This paper does not present UCMs for the first time, but provides new insight into their essence in relation to architectural issues, alerts workers in the ...
Abstract In today's rapidly evolving world, companies need to constantly adjust their business models to changes in their environment. A good approach to evolving ...
Abstract E commerce is presently operating under its expected capacity, mainly because traders find it very difficult to trust one another online for trading decisions ...
Abstract Ideally, a feature interaction (FI) approach for scenario models should require minimal additional specification effort and allow for incremental definition ...
Abstract Detecting undesired interactions in aspect oriented models is closely related to detecting undesired feature interactions. Aspect interactions can be broadly ...
Abstract Many applications of operations research are used to support managers in making intelligent decisions. Designing of reliable and effective decision making ...
Abstract This paper introduces a problem of law compliance that arises during the requirements engineering (RE) phase of software systems. High level law prescriptions ...
Abstract Complex information flows in the domain of industrial software systems complicate the creation of performance models to validate the challenging performance ...
Abstract Two important aspects of future software engineering techniques will be the ability to seamlessly move from analysis models to design models and the ability ...
Abstract To evaluate a software specification for its performance potential, it is necessary to supply additional information, not required for functional specification ...
Abstract jUCMNav is an open source Eclipse plug in that supports the definition, analysis, transformation, and management of requirements engineering models expressed ...
Abstract This paper builds on existing Goal Oriented Requirements Engineering (GORE) research by presenting a methodology with a supporting tool for analysing and ...
Abstract Web services promise to allow businesses to adapt rapidly to changes in the business environment, and the needs of different customers. The rapid introduction ...
Abstract Current security requirements engineering methods tend to take an atomic and single perspective view on attacks, treating them as threats, vulnerabilities ...
Abstract This paper introduces a goal oriented framework which consists of generic and specific model repositories, and of methodology for integrated change management ...
Abstract Use Case Maps (UCMs) is a modeling language that has been successfully deployed to model the behaviour of many types of systems, such as telecommunication ...
Abstract This paper introduces the integration of a service, which is described in the Wireless Intelligent Network (WIN), with a third generation system being developed ...
Abstract Advancements in information and communication technology pave the way for a new class of business systems: e commerce systems. These systems differ from traditional ...
Abstract The elicitation, modeling and analysis of requirements have consistently been one of the main challenges during the development of complex systems. Telecommunication ...
Abstract The objective of this paper is to present an environment for the management of functional and non functional requirements in systems project, developed using ...
Abstract The increasing dynamic and complexity of Web systems turns quality evaluation at any stage of the development into a key issue for the project success in ...
Abstract Web services promise to allow businesses to adapt rapidly to changes in the business environment, and the needs of different customers. However, the rapid ...
Abstract Test is important part of every industrial flow. Therefore preparation of it is in the early phase of development. An effective method is to use User Requirements ...
Abstract The aim of component based software engineering is to create applications from reusable, exchangeable and connectable components. However, current component ...
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Abstract Non functional requirements (NFRs) are crucial software requirements that have be specified early in the software development process while eliciting the ...
Abstract Analysing the strategic alignment of software requirements primarily provides assurance to stakeholders that the software to be will add value to the organisation ...
Abstract UCM (Use Case Maps) notation helps designers to capture system requirements and visualise design. UCM is mainly focused on system functionalities and they ...
Abstract Web applications have specific functional and non functional requirements owing to their worldwide presence and heterogeneous audience. It has been proved ...
Abstract UCMs (Use Case Maps) model describes functional requirements and high level designs with causal paths superimposed on a structure of components. It could ...
Abstract In the past few years, many organizations invested in Business Process Management Systems (BPMSs) and Business Process Management initiatives in order to ...
Abstract Goal oriented requirements engineering uses modeling as a means of better understanding a domain, leading to an overall improvement in the quality of the ...
Abstract Reusability is important when modelling business processes and patterns are known to increase reusability. A pattern based framework that lays down a foundation ...
Abstract This article demonstrates how the User Requirements Notation (URN) can be used to model business processes. URN combines goals and scenarios in order to help ...
Abstract In this paper, we introduce the application of rigorous analysis procedures to goal models in order to provide several benefits beyond the initial act of ...
Abstract It is a proved fact that the appropriate management of requirements is one of the most influential factors in the success of software development projects ...
Abstract This paper introduces a business process based goal oriented framework which consists of generic and specific model repositories, and of methodology for integrated ...
Abstract Web applications have become integral to our lives and there is a lot of emphasis on developing high quality web applications which capture the stakeholder ...
Abstract A Use Case Map (UCM) is a scenario based visual notation facilitating the requirements definition of complex systems. A UCM may be generated either from ...
Abstract A systematic way for treating non functional (quality) attributes into the business process management lifecycle is still a challenge. The agnostic, integrated ...
Abstract Web services promise to allow businesses to adapt rapidly to changes in the business environment, and the needs of different customers. However, the rapid ...
Abstract The general trend of the information technology evolution towards component based and software agent based systems calls for an integration of the analysis ...
Abstract In general, there is no formal way to describe business modeling. We introduce goal modeling from requirement engineering and use case maps for high level ...
Abstract We propose to identify modeling situations highlighting elementary actions on modeling artifacts such as models and meta models. We believe that identification ...
Abstract Serbian : Da bi unapredili poslovanje svoje organizacije donosioci odluka moraju uskla #273;ivati poslovne procese sa ciljevima poslovanja kontinuiranim ...
Abstract Goal is a widely used concept in requirements engineering methods. Several kinds of goals, such as achievement, maintenance and soft goals, have been defined ...
Abstract In order to design a better information system, a designer would like to have notations to visualize how design experts #8217; know how can be applied according ...
Abstract The architecture and core mechanisms of a decision support system for a Marine Security Operations Centre (MSOC) are presented. The goal of this system is ...
Abstract One of the most crucial and complicated phases of realtime system development lies in the transition from system behavior (generally specified using scenario ...
Abstract Because early design decisions can have a major long term impact on the performance of a system, early evaluation of the high level architecture can be an ...
Abstract An essential basis for the development of safety critical systems is to establish high quality requirements specifications. However, there is little guidance ...
Abstract Context: Conformance between architecture and implementation is a key aspect of architecture centric development. Unfortunately, the architecture as documented ...
Abstract iStarML is an XML based format for enabling interoperability among i tools. Its main design focus was to support data interchange even when involved tools ...
Abstract When building large scale goal oriented models using the i framework, the problem of scalability arises. Modules have been proposed to structure i models ...
Abstract Abstract. Metrics and measures have always been the subject of quite a lot of research works in the Requirements Engineering (RE) community, including about ...
Abstract Despite the large body of i research, there has been comparatively little work on how goal modelling techniques can help identify usability concerns. Recent ...
Abstract Currently, i is one of the most well founded organizational modelling techniques. Its main feature is the expressibility to represent intentional social ...
Abstract Goal models described with the Goal oriented Requirement Language (GRL) are amenable to various kinds of analyses, including quantitative and qualitative ...
Abstract The Goal oriented Requirement Language (GRL), part of the User Requirements Notation (URN) standard, is used to model and analyze stakeholder goals and requirements ...
Abstract Goal modeling languages are now an integral part of requirements engineering. They allow for the systematic capture of rationales for stakeholder needs and ...
Abstract jUCMNav is an open source Eclipse tool for modeling and analyzingstakeholder goals, scenarios, and requirements with the User Requirements Notation(URN) standard ...
Abstract There are several tools currently available in the i community. These tools have different features and purposes. Choosing the most adequate tool for a specific ...
Abstract The design and implementation of distributed real time systems is often dominated by non functional considerations like timing, distribution and fault tolerance ...
Abstract Advanced cruise assist highway system (AHS) has established itself as the system in the total integrated transportation system (ITS) concept of Japan providing ...
Abstract Requirements represent an important aspect of telecommunications standards, whether they apply to protocols, services, or architectures. This paper presents ...
Abstract We propose a Problem Frames approach for ebusiness systems that incorporates a business strategy dimension as a means of describing the e business problem ...
Abstract Changing customer needs and computer technology are the driving factors influencing software evolution. There is a need to assess the impact of these changes ...
Abstract Modification analysis is part of most maintenance processes and includes among other activities, early prediction of potential change impacts, feasibility ...
Abstract Common to most software development processes is that system functionalities are defined early in the life cycle in terms of informal requirements and visual ...
Abstract Distributed systems utilize the achievements of several scientific research areas. I created new scientific results in the field of protocol technology ...
Abstract This paper provides a visual representation of the trusting process. The benefits of defining trust with this approach are threefold: First, it gives a better ...
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Abstract Scenarios have gained in popularity for the description of functional requirements. However, scenarios cannot specify all types of requirements, and often ...
Abstract (in Spanish) Los modelos orientados a objetivos son usados frecuentemente en disciplinas tales como la ingeniería de requisitos o el modelado de procesos ...
Abstract Organizations use Business Intelligence (BI) systems to monitor how well they are meeting their goals and objectives. Yet, very often BI systems do not include ...
Abstract The paper proposes a method of traversal of high level multi threaded models formalized in UCM language. The pros and cons of this approach comparing to ...
Abstract This paper proposes the Strategy oriented Alignment in Requirements Engineering (SOARE) approach for e business systems. The primary objective of the SOARE ...
Abstract In the past, IT system design is mainly driven by two essential factors: technical merits and costs. Environmental consideration only emerges in most recent ...
Abstract This paper discusses an approach for the top down composition of software architectures. First, an architecture is derived that addresses functional requirements ...
Abstract The User Requirements Notation (URN), standardized by the International Telecommunication Union in 2008, is used to model and analyze requirements with goals ...
Abstract This work presents the EUREQA approach for end user development. The purpose of the tool is to narrow the cognitive gap between the end user developer's mental ...
Abstract Today s ever changing business environments, comprised among other things of customer expectations, market demands, and legal obligations, require dynamic ...
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Abstract Modern software systems are becoming larger and more complex every day. One of the most challenging steps for designing a good architecture for a certain ...
Abstract The Use Case Map (UCM) notation enables the use of graphical scenarios to model greybox views of a system #8217;s operational requirements and behaviour. ...
Abstract Functional Requirements Specification (FRS) is a software process activity that involves documenting the intended behavior of a system to be. Use case modeling ...
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Abstract Service engineering is the process of service development from domain analysis and requirements capture, through specification, design and implementation ...
Abstract This paper discusses Use Case Maps (UCM), a scenario based technique for modeling behavioral aspects of a system at a very high abstraction level. UCM is ...
Abstract This paper explores how scenarios and Goal Oriented Requirements Engineering (GORE) can be combined to achieve a stable set of requirements. In a case study ...
Abstract Over the last few years, several alternatives for adding mobility to Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) signaling protocols have been presented in the literature ...
Abstract In the development of a large, complex, distributed and Internet based software application, the performance is an important quality to be considered by the ...
Abstract For any software development project it is important to capture the requirements in a clear and concise manner. Standardization efforts, such as the development ...
Abstract An approach called PERFECT is described which evaluates the feasibility of proposed software concurrency architectures for a set of scenarios and a set of ...
Abstract Multi agent systems are realized as a practical solution to the problem of constructing flexible and dynamic environments. Understanding such systems needs ...
Abstract The User Requirements Notation (URN) combines goals and scenarios in order to help capture and reason about user requirements prior to detailed design. In ...
Abstract A number of recent initiatives in both academia and industry have sought to achieve improvements in e businesses through the utilization of Business Process ...
Abstract Use Case Maps (UCMs) have already been used to describe business processes and workflows at a high level of abstraction. The semantics of UCMs, however, require ...
Abstract Modern goal oriented requirements engineering frameworks use modeling as a means of better understanding a domain, leading to an overall improvement in the ...
Abstract Health care is increasingly provided to citizens by a network of collaboration that includes multiple providers and locations. Typically, that collaboration ...
Abstract Hospitals strive to improve the safety of their patients. Yet, every year, thousands of patients suffer from adverse events, which are defined as undesirable ...
Abstract Decision making is a crucial yet challenging task in enterprise management. In many organizations, decisions are still made based on experience and intuition ...
Abstract Using patterns is a well known approach for increasing reusability. A pattern based framework that lays down a foundation for capturing knowledge about business ...
Abstract Performance Aware Software Development (PASD) considers performance issues and information from the earliest stages of development. PASD includes techniques ...
Abstract Objective: To evaluate Use Case Maps (UCMs) as a technique for Requirements Engineering (RE) in the development of information systems with functions for ...
Abstract Every year, governments introduce new or revised regulations that are imposing new types of requirements on software development. Analyzing and modeling ...
Abstract Following the recommendation of the project technical reviewers, Mr. Rick Reed and Mr. Svein Hallsteinsen, to more explicitly take into account the established ...
Abstract Technologies based on aspects and applied at the early stages of software development allow requirements engineers to better encapsulate crosscutting concerns ...
Abstract Aspects use pointcut expressions to specify patterns that are matched against a base model, hence defining the base locations to which aspects are applied ...
Abstract There exist many solutions to solve a given design problem, and it is difficult to capture the essence of a solution and make it reusable for future designs ...
Abstract Technologies based on aspects and applied at the early stages of software development allow requirements engineers to better encapsulate crosscutting concerns ...
Abstract Requirements are artefacts often described with text and models. It is important to manage traceability between requirements and other software artefacts ...
Abstract Model driven engineering (MDE) promises faster and more reliable software development processes. A key factor of MDE is the transformation of models, allowing ...
Abstract Concern Driven Development (CDD) promises improved productivity, reusability, and maintainability because high level concerns that are important to stakeholders ...
Abstract Businesses are always looking for opportunities to improve their processes in order to become more efficient and effective. Patterns for business process ...
Abstract Most systems and business processes in organizations need to comply with more than one law or regulation. Different regulations can partially overlap (e ...
Abstract In today #8217;s rapidly evolving world, companies need to constantly adjust their business models to changes in their environment. A good approach to evolving ...
Abstract The strength of goal models is their ability to assess candidate solutions against high level criteria for many stakeholders, allowing system wide trade offs ...
Abstract A Use Case Map (UCM) is a scenario based visual notation facilitating the requirements definition of complex systems. A UCM may be generated either from a ...
Abstract Feature interaction (FI, in short) is a functional conflict among multiple telecommunication services, which is never expected from services in isolation ...
Abstract Interactions between dependent or conflicting aspects are a well known problem with aspect oriented development. These interactions are potentially dangerous ...
Abstract Non Functional Requirements in Software Engineering presents a systematic and pragmatic approach to 'building quality into' software systems. Systems must ...
Abstract Non functional properties (NFPs) represent an important facet of service descriptions, especially in a Service Oriented Architecture. Yet, they are seldom ...
Abstract The Use Case Maps (UCM) scenario notation is applicable to many requirements engineering activities. However, other scenario notations, such as Message Sequence ...
Abstract (in French) La notation Use Case Map (UCM) permet de modéliser les fonctionnalités de divers types de systèmes réactifs et répartis sous forme de scénarios ...
Abstract The areas of object orientation and real time are difficult to bring together, in part because established programming techniques in the two areas have a ...
Abstract Use case maps provide a new design model to bridge the gap between use cases and detailed design. This paper explains why a new model is needed, summarizes ...
Poster session only! This paper is a collaborative effort with Mitel. It has self modifying systems as its central theme. It attempts to show, by argument and example ...
Abstract This paper joins new concepts in software design with the BDI reference model for agents and with a novel way of developing executable prototypes. Within ...
Abstract Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS) have some specific characteristics that must be taken into consideration during the development. However, there are no ...
Abstract Patterns need to be described and formalized in ways that enable the reader to determine whether the particular solution presented is useful and applicable ...
Abstract The monitoring of business processes plays an important role in the field of Business Process Management (BPM). However, helping decision makers understand ...
Abstract The earliest definition of a software system may be in the form of Use Cases, which may be elaborated as scenarios. In this work, performance models are created ...
Abstract This thesis addresses the problem of analyzing the performance of an early design specification of a concurrent software system. The design is specified using ...
This paper argues for use case maps as a higher level of design pattern, in certain circumstances. WARNING: These views were considered controversial by the patterns ...
Abstract Layered queueing network (LQN) models are effective for large systems but lack the capability to model some kinds of decision logic that may be important ...
Abstract Various techniques have been proposed to model attacks on systems. In order to understand such attacks and thereby propose efficient mitigations, the sequence ...
Abstract Business Process Management Systems (BPMS) are attracting much attention these days as core tools for process management. A BPMS consists of several modules ...
Abstract Context : Organizations strive to improve their business processes, and adaptive business processes have recently attracted much attention in that context ...
Abstract Semantic annotation of visual models is useful to provide a precise, formal meaning to model elements, thus making them more understandable to people, enabling ...
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Abstract In this paper, we propose a negative scenario framework along with a mitigation action model as the linkage between safety quality attribute and architecture ...
Abstract The Use Case Map (UCM) notation is being standardized as part of the User Requirements Notation (URN), the most recent addition to ITU T's family of languages ...
Abstract Health care delivery teams are increasingly adopting healthcare information systems (HCIS) to improve the efficiency and quality of care. Methods for assessing ...
Abstract At present business models have been converted into strategic assets for enterprise organizations. They facilitate information management for decisions making ...
Abstract Scenario Based Testing (SBT) is a paradigm shift in the system test arena. It broadens the purpose of system level acceptance testing. Requirements Based ...
Abstract Requirements are a key aspect of software development. Requirements are also related with other software artefacts including designs, test cases and documentation ...
Abstract Organizations in many domains such as healthcare, finances, telecommunications, educa tion, and software development, must comply with an ever increasing ...
Abstract Creating and reasoning with goal models is useful for capturing, understanding, and communicating about requirements in the early stages of information system ...
Abstract Security requirements elicitation and modelling are integral for the successful development of secure systems. However, there are a lot of similar yet not ...
Abstract Scenario driven requirement specifications are widely used to capture and represent functional requirements. Use Case Maps (UCM) is being standardized as ...
Abstract Interactions between dependent or conflicting aspects are a well known problem with aspect oriented development (and related paradigms). These interactions ...
Abstract In recent years, many governmental regulations have been introduced to protect the privacy of personal information. As a result, organizations must take ...
Abstract In November 2008, the User Requirements Notation (URN) was approved as a standard by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU T). jUCMNav is the most ...
Abstract This paper proposes a method that integrates goals and scenarios modeling techniques into system project planning and scheduling. The increasing strategic ...
Abstract The User Requirements Notation (URN) enables the graphical modeling of requirements with goals and scenarios, and jUCMNav is a free, Eclipse based tool that ...
Abstract Context aware systems often use rule based reasoning engines for decision making without involving explicit interaction with the user. While rule based systems ...
Abstract In the modern automotive industry, feature models have been widely used as a domain specific requirements model, which can capture commonality and variability ...
Abstract Over the last few years a large number of security patterns have been proposed. However, this large number of patterns has created a problem in selecting ...
Abstract Transport Canada is reviewing its Aviation Security regulations in a multi year modernization process. As part of this review, consideration is given to transitioning ...
Abstract Reuse is a powerful tool for improving the productivity of software development. The paper puts forward arguments in favor of generic requirements reuse ...
Abstract i is a goal oriented and agent oriented modeling framework that focuses on the analysis of intentional and strategic relationships among actors. In this ...
Abstract This paper presents how UCMs can be used to describe and validate distributed systems requirements. Telephony features are used as an example. UCMs allow ...
Abstract Context and motivation In the development of secure software, work on requirements and on architecture need to be closely intertwined, because possible ...
Abstract One of the most critical phases of software engineering is requirements elicitation and analysis. Success in a software project is influenced by the quality ...
Abstract As a means of contributing to the achievement of business advantage for companies engaging in ebusiness, we propose a requirements engineering framework ...
Abstract Interactions between dependent or conflicting aspects are a well known problem with aspect oriented development (as well as related paradigms). These interactions ...
Abstract Goal oriented requirements engineering (GORE) has been introduced as a means of modeling and understanding the motivations for system requirements. Using ...
Abstract There is a general consensus on the importance of good requirements engineering for achieving high quality software. Functional requirements capture the intended ...
Abstract New regulatory regimes advocate the use of "goal oriented" regulations that are more flexible during regulatory conversations occurring between the regulators ...
Abstract Compliance of an organization #8217;s business proc esses with legislation is difficult to assess, and even more so as laws and processes evolve. Using seven ...
Abstract Legal compliance has been an active topic in Software Engineering and Information Systems for many years. However, business analysts and others recently ...
Abstract The performance modeling of regulations is a relatively recent innovation. However, as regulators in many domains increasingly look to move from prescriptive ...
Abstract In recent years, intentional models have been adapted to capture and analyze compliance needs and requirements. Furthermore, intentional models have been ...
Abstract As demonstrated by a benchmark HIPPA case study, the Measured Compliance Profile for the Goal oriented Requirement Language (GRL) is used to formalize legal ...
Abstract Regulations are a source of evolving requirements for products and organizations. As regulatory institutions shift towards outcome based regulations, they ...
Abstract Recently, interest in performance modeling of out come based regulations has grown in the regulatory community. In this context, performance modeling refers ...
Abstract Outcome based regulations focus on measurable goals rather than on prescriptive ways of achieving these goals. As regulators start evolving regulations towards ...
Abstract Often during the requirements engineering (RE) process, the value of a requirement is assessed, e.g., in requirement prioritisation, release planning, and ...
Abstract The benefits of aspects and aspect oriented modelling are beginning to be recognized for requirements engineering activities. However, once aspects have ...
Abstract As goal models can be large and complex even for small problems, it is often a challenge to aptly visualize them and to efficiently structure them for maintenance ...
Abstract The i framework is a popular conceptual modeling language for capturing and analyzing socio technical motivation and properties of complex systems in terms ...
Abstract Goal modeling is an important part of various types of activities such as requirements engineering, business management, and compliance assessment. The Goal ...
Abstract In software engineering, the earlier the detection of faults, the less expensive the correction of faults. This paper proposes an approach for detecting the ...
Abstract Technologies based on aspect orientation and multi dimensional separation of concerns have given software engineers tools to better encapsulate concerns ...
Abstract The User Requirements Notation (URN) is an emerging standard that combines two views: the Goal oriented Requirement Language (GRL) and the Use Case Map (UCM ...
Abstract A great variety of techniques for analyzing goal models in requirements engineering have been proposed in recent years. Approaches include propagating goal ...
Abstract In user interface engineering, scenarios are stories that capture information about users and their tasks, including the context of use. Scenarios are generally ...
Abstract An Internet protocol must follow a certain standard set by the IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force). Internet Standards are plain text documents that are ...
Abstract Understanding software based systems is a task essential not only for engineering new applications but also for evolving existing ones. For complex systems ...
Abstract In November 1999, the International Telecommunication Union (ITU T, SG17) initiated a question on the standardization of a User Requirements Notation (URN ...
Abstract Requirement Specification is gaining increasingly attention as a critical phase of software systems development. As requirement descriptions evolve, they ...
Abstract Creating and maintaining tools for domain specific modeling languages (DSML) demands time and efforts that often discourage potential developers. However ...
Abstract The User Requirements Notation (URN) combines the Goal oriented Requirement Language (GRL) with the Use Case Map (UCM) scenario notation. Although tools ...
Abstract Scenario driven requirement specifications are widely used to capture and represent functional requirements. Use Case Maps are being standardized as part ...
Abstract The time it takes to develop telecommunication standards must be reduced to allow companies to get features to the market faster. In order to achieve this ...
Abstract Aspect oriented modeling (AOM) techniques have become increasingly popular over the last decade, as they enable improved modularity, separation of concerns ...
Abstract The Use Case Map (UCM) notation is a scenario modelling language part of ITU T's User Requirements Notation and intended for the elicitation, analysis, specification ...
Abstract Goal oriented languages have been used for years to model and reason about functional, non functional, and legal requirements. It is however difficult to ...
Abstract The Telecommunications industry’s demand has grown immensely for cost effective methods for software validation verification of mobile products. Semi formal ...
Abstract In the mobile wireless communication domain, different systems apply common solutions to similar functional and architectural design problems. The recognition ...
Abstract Increasing complexity in telecommunications services requires ever more complex standards, and therefore the need for better means to write them. Over the ...
Abstract In this paper, we describe an approach wherein we integrate three important concepts Goals, Aspects and Scenarios in Requirements Engineering of Web Applications ...
Abstract This thesis looks at the search for a generic information retrieval software architecture. I start with background information on the state of generic information ...
Abstract Development productivity and quality improvements, as well as cost reduction, are the main factors for the need and popularity of software reuse. In addition ...
Abstract The aim of Component Based Software Engineering is to create application from reusable, exchangeable and connectable components. But current component models ...
Abstract Internetware is an emerging software paradigm in the open, dynamic and ever changing Internet environment. A successful internetware must demonstrate acceptable ...
Abstract Because it affects such things as the degree to which logical concurrency can be realized by physically concurrent devices, the concurrency architecture ...
Abstract A set of scenarios is a useful way to capture many aspects of the requirements of a system. Use Case Maps are a method for scenario capture which is good ...
Abstract An 11 router Internet Protocol network model based on the Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) routing protocol and Link State Advertisement (LSA) is expressed ...
Abstract The Use Case Map (UCM) notation is part of the User Requirements Notation (URN), the most recent addition to ITU T's family of languages. UCM models describe ...
Abstract The analysis of a scenario specification for a new system can address some questions of system performance, in the sense of delay and capacity estimation ...
Abstract Despite their apparent simplicity, Web applications are surprisingly difficult to develop, if our aim is to build applications that behave correctly under ...
Abstract Telecommunication services are provided as the joint effort of components, which collaborate in order to achieve the goal(s) of the service. UML2.0 collaborations ...
Abstract The Use Case Map (UCM) notation enables the use of graphical scenarios to model grey box views of a system's operational requirements and behaviour, in context ...
Abstract In November 2008, the User Requirements Notation (URN) was approved as Recommendation Z.151 by the Standardization Sector of the International Telecommunication ...
Abstract The Unified Modeling Language (UML) does not fully address the needs of some important modeling domains, including goals and non functional requirements ...
Abstract The ability to perform quantitative analysis at the requirements level supports the detection of design errors during the early stages of a software development ...
Abstract Non functional aspects including time constraints, distribution and fault tolerance are critical in the design and implementation of distributed real time ...
Abstract A key question for system testing of a software product is how to determine that the semantics of its requirements is adequately realized in the given implementation ...
Abstract Non functional requirements such as availability, reliability, and security are often crucial in designing and implementing distributed real time systems ...
Abstract Dependability aspects, such as availability and security, are critical in the design and implementation of distributed real time systems. As a result, it ...
Abstract Changing customer needs and technology are driving factors influencing software evolution. Consequently, there is a need to assess the impact of these changes ...
Abstract Agent oriented models are frequently used in disciplines such as requirements engineering and organizational process modelling. i is currently one of the ...
Abstract In this paper, we propose to evaluate Web specific Goal Driven Models to choose amongst various design alternatives, deal with conflicts, check completeness ...
Abstract In organizations, a gap commonly exists between business goals and business processes. While several approaches provide modeling solutions in each of these ...
Abstract Modification analysis is an essential phase of most software maintenance processes, requiring decision makers to perform and predict potential change impacts ...
Abstract Background: Business process compliance management has recently attracted a lot of attention in both business and academia as it enables organizations to ...
Abstract Sequence Breaking is a type of feature interaction conflict that exists in video games where the player gains access to a portion of a game that should ...
Abstract Software evolution refers to the process of adopting software systems to modification request caused by requirements and technology changes that occur after ...
Abstract Budgeting of time or system resources is a possible approach to achieving performance targets for communications software. The role of any kind of budgeting ...
Abstract We present a research position for mapping use cases of smart grid services from their textual descriptions based on reference models in order to obtain ...
Abstract Elicitation, modeling and analysis of requirements are main challenges during software development. In parallel, Software Architectures have become a well ...
Abstract Although a significant body of research in the area of formal verification and model checking tools of software and hardware systems exists, the acceptance ...
Abstract There is a general consensus on the importance of good Requirements Engineering (RE) for achieving high quality software. The modeling and analysis of requirements ...
Abstract Non functional aspects such as timing constraints, availability, and fault tolerance are critical in the design and implementation of distributed real time ...
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Abstract #1054; #1087; #1080; #1089; #1072; #1085; #1086; #1091; #1090; #1086; #1095; #1085; #1077; #1085; #1080; #1077; #1089; #1077; #1084; #1072; #1085; #1090 ...
Abstract Product line software engineering depends on capturing the commonality and variability within a family of products, typically using feature modeling, and ...
Abstract Software Product Line Engineering concerns itself with domain engineering and application engineering. During domain engineering, the whole product family ...
Abstract Understanding the social engineering threat is important in requirements engineering for security critical information systems. Mal activity diagrams have ...
Abstract Business intelligence (BI) is perceived as a critical activity for organizations and is increasingly discussed in requirements engineering (RE). RE can contribute ...
Abstract Software Quality Attribute Analysis by Architecture Reconstruction (SQUA3RE) is a method that fosters a goal driven process to evaluate the impact of what ...
Abstract To strengthen the connection between requirements and design during the early stages of architectural design, a designer would like to have notations to help ...
Abstract Agent oriented software engineering is a promising new approach to software engineering that uses the notion of an agent as the primary entity of abstraction ...
Abstract Use Case Maps (UCMs) are a technique used to capture functional requirements and high level designs of complex systems composed of many features. Once you ...
Abstract Once aspects have been identified during requirements engineering activities, the behaviour, structure, and pointcut expressions of aspects need to be modeled ...
Abstract The User Requirements Notation (URN) is a recent ITU T standard that supports requirements engineering activities. The Aspect oriented URN (AoURN) adds aspect ...
Abstract An important aspect of software testing today is the ability to seamlessly move from analysis models to generating test scenarios and test cases. Use Case ...
Abstract (in Serbian) Proces projektovanja telekomunikacionih sistema i servisa naj #269;e¨ #263;e obuhvata tri faze 1 koje su prikazane na sl.1. U Fazi 1, servisi ...
Abstract The objective of the thesis consists in modeling, understanding and evaluating how efficiently very complex distributed systems are operated and maintained ...
Abstract Software performance concerns begin at the very outset of a new Cases, which may be elaborated as scenarios: this work creates performance models from scenarios ...
Abstract Formerly titled Scenario Path Signatures as Architectural Entities for Complex Systems This document aims to provide up to date, one stop shopping for the ...
Abstract The elicitation, modeling and analysis of requirements have consistently been one of the main challenges during the development of complex systems. Telecommunication ...
Abstract A use case map (UCM) presents, in general, an abstract description of a complex system and, as such, is a good candidate for representing scenarios of autonomous ...
Abstract The Unified Modeling Language (UML) is a standard for visual modelling. We can design abstract models by using its elements. The semantic scope of the UML ...
Abstract Please delete these instructions after reading them! Enter your abstract here. Don't forget to attach the article and (link to) the presentation (if ...
Abstract This tutorial discusses aspect oriented requirements engineering, focusing on scenario based and goal oriented requirements models with the Aspect oriented ...
Abstract /ucmbook.gif This book presents a novel, scenario based notation called Use Case Maps (UCMs) for describing, in a high level way, how the organizational structure ...
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Abstract Descriptions of reactive systems focus heavily on behavioral aspects, often in terms of scenarios. To cope with the increasing complexity of services provided ...
This paper illustrates the application of use case maps to understanding object oriented frameworks, using as examples two frameworks, HotDraw and ACE. It is probably ...
Abstract At its meeting in November 1999, Study Group 10 approved Question 12: URN: User Requirements Notation to study what new Recommendations and other documents ...
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Abstract Although feature modelling is a frequently used approach to the task of modelling commonality and variability within product lines, there is currently no ...
Abstract The topic of this thesis is exploring web services ideas from a business perspective. Much work has been done on developing the web services technology as ...
Abstract This thesis applies formal techniques to the process of developing designs for systems constructed from a set of concurrent components. In particular, a technique ...
Abstract Many pattern descriptions put their emphasis on the solution to a problem rather than on often conflicting forces and how patterns balance such forces. This ...
Abstract A number of Internet Services, in particular commercial ones, ranging from network access to application and content services require security support in ...
Abstract We are witnessing a significant expansion and penetration of wireless appliances, sensors, smart phones, and PDAs in a wide range of domains such as smart ...
Abstract Wireless Standards such as ANSI 41 and WIN are dynamic in nature, continuously evolving to meet subscriber requirements with ever shorter intervals for standards ...
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Abstract Collaboration and self organization are hallmarks of many biological systems. We present the design for an intelligent decision support system that employs ...
Abstract (in Spanish) Presentamos una metodología orientada a agentes que ha sido adecuada para desarrollar componentes que ayuden a los usuarios de ambientes colaborativos ...
Abstract Monitoring business activities using Business Intel ligence (BI) tools is a well established concept. How ever, online process monitoring is an emerging area ...
Abstract Compliance with privacy legislation is a primary concern for health care institutions that are building information systems support for their business processes ...
Abstract A modelagem de processos de negócio é um recurso que vem sendo empregado com diversas finalidades, entre as quais, planejamento e alinhamento estratégico ...
Abstract Since 1996, the core Use Case Map (UCM) notation has remained remarkably stable. As the structure and intent of workflow and scenario languages are very similar ...
Abstract Since the i (i star) framework was adopted by the requirements engineering community, different groups have formulated variations of the language proposed ...
Abstract Compliance with laws and regulations of business processes and software systems is becoming a crucial issue for organizations and calls for suitable methods ...
Abstract The Early Performance Aware Development (E PAD) process uses generative programming principles in order to incorporate performance analysis in the early stages ...
Abstract A key aspect of architecture centric development is the traceability of design documentation. In particular, architects should be always aware of the relationships ...
Abstract Web application domain requires specialized focus in Requirements Engineering because of their unique features like dynamic nature, presentation styles, large ...
Abstract The Use Case Map (UCM) scenario notation can be used to model service requirements and high level designs for reactive and distributed systems. It is then ...
Abstract (in German) Die Verwendung von Use Case Maps (UCMs), besonders als Werkzeug zur Unterstützung der UML, erfordert keine großen Lehrübungen oder viel Literatur ...
Abstract The monolithic and inflexible nature of current middleware has made it difficult to deal with emerging technologies such as multimedia. We believe that reflection ...
Abstract Feature interactions (FIs) occur when features of different communication services interfere with each other FI filtering is a pre processing step before ...
Abstract The earliest moment when performance issues can be addressed is the initial specification of a software system, during the formulation of the architecture ...
Abstract Performance Aware Software Development (PASD) as described here combines a software specification, a model, and resource demand budgets. The budgets are ...
Abstract This paper summarizes the analysis, design, implementation, and performance analysis of an object oriented operating system. The analysis applies Use Case ...
Abstract Advances in Internet and the availability of powerful computers and high speed networks have propitiated the rise of Grids. The scheduling of applications ...
Abstract The ability to attribute behaviour to architecture is important for high level understanding, designing, evolving, and reengineering all kinds of systems ...
Abstract Deriving a formal specification and a detailed design from informal requirements can be a tedious and error prone task unless a methodical or rigorous approach ...
Abstract This paper describes our development of a distributed, functionally equivalent agent based workflow enactment mechanism from a BPEL4WS specification. This ...
Abstract It is important to understand performance aspects of a computer system from the software architecture and its configurations. For a system that has various ...
Abstract Health care is increasingly being provided by collaborative teams that involve multiple health care providers at multiple locations. To date, most of that ...
Abstract jUCMNav already reports some issues found during the traversal of UCM scenarios, the propagation of strategies in GRL graphs, and the export of URN models ...
Abstract Over the past few years, the subject of Wireless Intelligent Network (WIN) has captured the interest of the North American telecommunications community. ...
Abstract Existing models for describing a process (such as a business process or a software development process) tend to focus on the "what" or the "how" of the process ...
Abstract Scenarios describe system functionalities and, when supplemented with performance annotations, provide a basis for performance analysis. This thesis presents ...
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Topic revision: r2 - 24 Nov 2001 - 06:41:09 - Peter Thoeny?
 
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