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From Requirements to Code: A Conceptual Model-based Approach for Automating the Software Production Process

Oscar Pastor, Marcela Ruiz
2018 Enterprise Modelling and Information Systems Architectures - An International Journal  
In this line, we present our research efforts on the integration of requirements and executable conceptual models.  ...  A sound software production process, conceptual-modelling based, must go from the initial requirements model to the final application code through a well-defined set of conceptual models and transformations  ...  As a result, the requirement and conceptual models of Communication Analysis and OO-Method can be seen as the core of information systems.  ... 
doi:10.18417/ dblp:journals/emisaij/PastorR18 fatcat:exet6kqw4fhhvlghwaf7y3m6l4

VDML4RS: a tool for reputation systems modeling and design

Lorenzo Bettini, Sara Capecchi
2016 Proceedings of the 8th International Workshop on Social Software Engineering - SSE 2016  
Starting from the intuition above, this paper proposes VDML4RS a tool for conceptual modeling of reputation systems.  ...  Reputation has a great influence on interactions between system providers and users (e.g. in e-commerce).  ...  We proposed an extension of the Value Delivery Modelling Language (VDML) [5] , a modeling language for business innovation and towards the representation of concepts and requirements for reputation systems  ... 
doi:10.1145/2993283.2993286 fatcat:resfjumeunfdrf4uwpq4elb3ky

The modeling of E-Supervised (E-SUV) for distance learning centre

Salehuddin Shuib, H. S. Hanizan, Roshidi Din
2006 2006 International Conference on Computing & Informatics  
This methodology includes four modeling activities which are requirement analysis, conceptual model, navigation model and presentation model.  ...  E-services is a suite of web-based products brings profound changes in business models and value chains especially for Professional and Continuing Education Centre (PACE) environment due to its responsibility  ...  At a particular session a user of the system uses the system in one of the following roles: administrator and registered members.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icoci.2006.5276415 fatcat:bcquxu6rcvakdgopogrinqcwtm

The HBMS Story

Judith Michael, Claudia Steinberger, Vladimir A. Shekhovtsov, Fadi Al Machot, Suneth Ranasinghe, Gert Morak
2018 Enterprise Modelling and Information Systems Architectures - An International Journal  
Moreover, in the HBMS-System conceptual models are also used to define interfaces to activity recognition systems, support clients and data available in the Semantic Web.  ...  This knowledge is represented and preserved in HBMS in the HCM, the Human Cognitive Model, expressed in the domain specific modelling language HCM-L.  ...  Mayr for his visionary ideas, his engagement in raising project funds, his critical feedback and for being our project and team leader as well as scientific mentor.  ... 
doi:10.18417/ dblp:journals/emisaij/MichaelSSMRM18 fatcat:zghm2qnnyrcehcrawr73d5vnce

Towards a Holistic Conceptual Modelling-Based Software Development Process [chapter]

Sergio España, José Ignacio Panach, Inés Pederiva, Óscar Pastor
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Traditionally, the Conceptual Modelling (CM) community has been interested in defining methods to model Information Systems by specifying their data and behaviour, disregarding user interaction.  ...  On the other hand, the Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) community has defined techniques oriented to the modelling of the interaction between the user and the system, proposing a user-centred software  ...  Even though the former requirement seems to worsen the task model size, we propose the identification of structural task patterns that are common in the interaction of a user and an information system.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11901181_33 fatcat:22ykrxlrvnblhkvw6icmlrz5ry

Multilingual manager: a new strategic role in organizations

Jesús Cardeñosa, Jessica Herrero, Francisco Gisbert
2012 Procedia Technology - Elsevier  
In this paper, we model information flow from the sources of knowledge to the persons/systems searching for specific information.  ...  in a single language environment.  ...  These systems generally offer users poor systems for expressing their requirements. The design of more user-centred systems is already on the research agenda.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.protcy.2012.09.009 fatcat:33ns6o3qlrci5kccw553z5ogte

Integrating Security Aspects into Business Process Models

Achim D. Brucker
2013 it - Information Technology  
Thus, there is an increasing demand for integrating high-level security and compliance requirements into process models, i. e., a common language for domain experts, system experts, and security experts  ...  In this paper, we exemplary integrate SecureBPMN into BPMN and, thus, present a common language for describing business process models together with their security and compliance requirements.  ...  Figure 3 shows the user interface of our SecureBPMN modelling environment (which is based on Activiti BPMN Platform) in which we implemented a visual notation for SoD and BoD constraints (centre of the  ... 
doi:10.1524/itit.2013.2004 fatcat:ws3ulcq22fbfjm6cpi4gcdsd2i

A Comparative Analysis Between BPMN and ISO 19440 Modeling Language Constructs [chapter]

Ângela Teresa Rochetti, Renato de Campos
2016 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
Enterprise modeling is a tool that can be used for simple objectives, such as understanding how a part of the enterprise works, to more complex objectives, such as information flow for the computerized  ...  systems, or knowledge storage in an organization.  ...  They are the lowest level constituents of a Business Process defined according to required user objectives for control.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-51133-7_31 fatcat:iplomnzvvnc2zhvunqgl2sloay

Defining System Requirements: a critical assessment of the Niam conceptual design procedure

Peta Darke, Graeme Shanks
1995 Australasian Journal of Information Systems  
The NIAM Conceptual Schema Design Procedure (CSDP) is a method for identifying and describing information requirements using fact types.  ...  Requirements definition is a fundamental activity within information systems development.  ...  Natural language is considered in many ways to be inadequate for representing requirements because of its informality and ambiguity. However, these features can in fact be useful.  ... 
doi:10.3127/ajis.v2i2.403 fatcat:2fgbwqd6nrcsdjktsoiogdrsxa

Prevention of errors and user alienation in healthcare IT integration programmes

Tim Benson
2007 Journal of Innovation in Health Informatics  
The conceptual design specification needs to use the language of the user, not that of the developer, and be part of a coherent conceptual model of the domain as a whole.  ...  Interoperability does not require that two systems be identical in design or implementation, only that they can exchange information and use the information they exchange.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I am grateful to Dr Ed Conley (The Welsh e-Science Centre, Cardiff University) for a number of suggestions, including the MIC!E acronym.  ... 
doi:10.14236/jhi.v15i1.639 fatcat:36kcarzxbvgipdfnem72kw77tu

A Data Centred Framework for User-Centred Design [chapter]

David Benyon
1995 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
The notion of a user task needs using with care and needs placing in the context of a more abstract representation of the human-computer system.  ...  The framework focuses on an information processing view of HCI and distinguishes conceptual from physical design.  ...  The importance of conceptual modelling has long been recognised in information systems design (Benyon, 1990 , Checkland, 1981 and more recently in HCI (Braudes, 1991 ) A good conceptual model is one  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-5041-2896-4_33 fatcat:o6uvdovwbvbh7i4klmuzdvpyti

Schooladvise: Designing a Reputation System for Educational Services through Service Design and Business Modeling

Sara Capecchi, Mauro Giraudo, Claudia Negro, Paola Pisano
2015 2015 IEEE 12th International Conference on e-Business Engineering  
In this paper we analyse the use of an extension of tools for service design and business conceptual modelling toward reputation system design for the realisation of Schooladvise a platform for educational  ...  The objective and the contribution of the analysis presented in this paper is to gather feedback on the proposed modelling language from the end-users (requirements engineers and domain experts) while  ...  We then followed a user-centred design approach focusing on the adequacy of the modelling features for expressing reputation systems concepts as well as the usability of the modelling language through  ... 
doi:10.1109/icebe.2015.52 dblp:conf/icebe/CapecchiGNP15 fatcat:qdfxreslqbex7nx773xow5tx3a

A patient care workstation based on user centred design and a formal theory of medical terminology: PEN&PAD and the SMK formalism

W A Nowlan, A L Rector, S Kay, B Horan, A Wilson
1991 Proceedings. Symposium on Computer Applications in Medical Care  
It also provides mechanisms for tailoring the system to individual users without compromising its overall integrity.  ...  It is based on a highly structured and detailed medical record but is intended to be simple and intuitive to use, allowing clinicians to summarise and view information in many ways, and quickly enter information  ...  All information entered in one language can subsequently be displayed in any of the other languages.  ... 
pmid:1807728 pmcid:PMC2247651 fatcat:wjokx6k6bfhwfofk2gzmb7peki

An Ontology-based Model for Urban Planning Communication [chapter]

Claudine Métral, Gilles Falquet, Mathieu Vonlanthen
2007 Studies in Computational Intelligence  
These actors differ greatly in their background or their centres of interest.  ...  With this intention, we defined an ontology-based model whose main characteristics are, on the one hand, the semantic integration in a knowledge base of the urban knowledge coming from various sources  ...  a user to define the best interface that fits his requirements and wishes.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-71976-2_6 fatcat:vob2lsy6rbdwnim76lkl7huiay

Using SecureBPMN for Modelling Security-Aware Service Compositions [chapter]

Achim D. Brucker
2014 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Moreover, we integrate SecureBPMN into BPMN and, thus, present a common language for describing service orchestration (in terms of business process models) together with their security and compliance requirements  ...  We present SecureBPMN, a language for modelling security properties that can easily be integrated into languages used for describing service orchestrations.  ...  Figure 3 shows the user interface of our SecureBPMN modelling environment (which is based on Activiti BPMN Platform) in which we implemented a visual notation for SoD and BoD constraints (centre of the  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-13518-2_8 fatcat:oali2iwyxraohaus2wvidrcdoy
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