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Extending the SPES Modeling Framework for Supporting Role-specific Variant Management in the Engineering Process of Embedded Software

Tobias Kaufmann, Christian Manz, Thorsten Weyer
2014 Software Engineering  
Each role (e.g. product manager, requirements engineer, architect, maintenance engineer) requires only a specific subset of the variability information that is documented in the variability model to fulfill  ...  Nowadays, in the engineering process of embedded software the variability information is explicitly documented in a dedicated variability model.  ...  Multiple roles are involved in the engineering process and marketing of the ADAS.  ... 
dblp:conf/se/KaufmannMW14 fatcat:z57ib5raqrenbdgagbs4smfhqi

Round-Trip Prototyping Based on Integrated Functional and User Interface Requirements Specifications

Andreas Homrighausen, Hans-Werner Six, Mario Winter
2002 Requirements Engineering  
: MARKET-DRIVEN REQUIREMENTS ENGINEERING 215  ...  Viewpoint Contents for Discrepancy Management in Viewpoint-Based Requirements Engineering Andris Silva 171 Requirements Management in a Life-Cycle Perspective Asa Grehag 177 183 Session 4  ... 
doi:10.1007/s007660200003 fatcat:2veb5pplizefplf2xoijygjbca

What applying of the ODP viewpoints teaches us about tool-chains

Lea Kutvonen
2006 2006 10th IEEE International Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Conference Workshops (EDOCW'06)  
The lessons learned underline a number of research challenges we are currently working with, especially for the B2B middleware repositories, their federations, and service development tools relying on  ...  Acknowledgement This article is a product of the work performed at the Department of Computer Science at the University of Helsinki, running the Collaborative and Interoperable Computing group towards  ...  Finally, we identified a number of trust and security related requirements for the middleware repositories for further work. Figure 1 . 1 The ODP viewpoints.  ... 
doi:10.1109/edocw.2006.78 dblp:conf/edoc/Dijkman06 fatcat:5bbvehw6lrekrnltfpfouwwd6e

Page 107 of American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals Vol. 126, Issue 3 [page]

2000 American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals  
MULTIOBJECTIVE DECISION METHOD EVALUATION Identification of an optimal market transformation strategy requires the use of a multiobjective analysis method to evaluate both environmental and en- ergy conservation  ...  Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), Richland, Wash., a systems engineering methodology based on multiattribute utility theory was developed to evaluate alternative market transformation strategies  ... 

Value-based requirements engineering: exploring innovative e-commerce ideas

J.M. Akkermans, Jaap Gordijn
2003 Requirements Engineering  
Our methodology exploits a requirements engineering's way of working, but employs concepts and terminology from business science, marketing and axiology.  ...  Innovative e-commerce ideas are characterized by commercial products yet unknown to the market, enabled by information technology such as the Internet and technologies on top of it.  ...  A viewpoint holder is someone with a direct stake in the viewpoint, while a viewpoint engineer is someone facilitating the requirements engineering process (Motschnig-Pitrig et al. 1997) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00766-003-0169-x fatcat:pp4exzrcl5eyfmcwwc5vr6wgva

e-Business cases assessment: from business value to system feasibility

Ziv Baida, Hans de Bruin, Jaap Gordijn
2003 International Journal of Web Engineering and Technology  
The e 3 value framework is a multi-viewpoint requirements engineering method that offers such an approach. It is based on analyzing ecommerce initiatives through three stakeholder-based viewpoints.  ...  Since short time to market is a major requirement in e-commerce, and typically multiple parties (enterprises) are involved, multiple stakeholders have to be convinced quickly that the new way of doing  ...  In fact, we utilize a conceptual model-based way of working, known from the realm of requirements engineering & conceptual modelling, and we use terminology from economics, marketing and axiology [Holbrook  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijwet.2003.003324 fatcat:7rf36i3envh7hosjinsn52glwy

A Framework for Intention-Driven Requirements Engineering of Innovative Software Products [chapter]

Mauri Leppänen, Juha Lamminen, Pertti Saariluoma
2011 Information Systems Development  
In this paper, we propose a novel framework for intention-driven requirements engineering of innovative software products, which combines technological, social and business viewpoints.  ...  Requirements engineering is highly challenging particularly when designing innovative software products.  ...  the way of requirements engineering should be tailored based on the situation at hand (cf. customer-driven vs. market-driven vs. technology-driven).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4419-9790-6_33 dblp:conf/isdevel/LeppanenLS10 fatcat:jjudp2kizfggdbxqjfnt4kx5pi

Page 423 of Journal of Engineering Education Vol. 27, Issue 5 [page]

1937 Journal of Engineering Education  
Such a situation as this has had a very profound effect upon the engineer : First—the viewpoint of the engineer who designed apparatus had to undergo a change.  ...  We are developing a style and a taste when it comes to technical products and we find thrust upon an engineer the solution of problems calling for a knowledge of customers’ markets and economy in distribution  ... 

A viewpoint analysis reference model for Concurrent Engineering

Martin Hanneghan, Madjid Merabti, Gary Colquhoun
2000 Computers in industry (Print)  
In software engineering, viewpoint analysis has been proposed as a means of successfully capturing user requirements for complex systems.  ...  Viewpoint analysis is a process that produces a synthesis of requirements from a number of disparate and distinct perspectives.  ...  PII: S 0 1 6 6 -3 6 1 5 9 9 0 0 0 3 8 -X ( ) endorse viewpoint analysis as a means for formulating requirements definitions for large and complex systems.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0166-3615(99)00038-x fatcat:c5sxnke5mvbczbkxyjhv4ftr6e

HOW INTEGRATED IS INTEGRATED LOGISTICS?

P.J. Pretorius
2012 South African Journal of Industrial Engineering  
This model is different to previous models in that it approaches logistics from the organisations viewpoint rather than from a logistics viewpoint.  ...  The model suggests that logistics engineering and business logistics are both required in the organisation and that it is of vital importance that these functions are executed in unison.  ...  The purpose of logistics engineering is to ensure that whilst designing a system all operational considerations are taken into account in order to make that design supportable from a logistical viewpoint  ... 
doi:10.7166/8-2-396 fatcat:nkrgswb6vfbrbgh5hi2uq7cn2q

Supporting `Design for Re-use' with Modular Design

J.S. Meehan, A.H.B. Duffy, R.I. Whitfield
2007 Concurrent Engineering - Research and Applications  
The benefits of modular design centre on a greater capacity for structuring component parts to better manage the relation between market requirements and the designed product.  ...  As such, engineering design reuse approaches are concerned with the support, exploration and enhancement of design knowledge prior, during and after a design activity.  ...  Viewpoints represent structured views of 'engineering design' required by the designer to evolve the engineering design process to a suitable conclusion [15] .  ... 
doi:10.1177/1063293x07079319 fatcat:gnogsmy7r5hxhciynuw7yw2tny

Innovation activities based on s-curve analysis and patterns of technical evolution-"From the standpoint of engineers, what is innovation?"

Manabu Sawaguchi
2011 Procedia Engineering  
In order to collect "Language Data" for organizing the" Diagram", I asked engineers to answer a questionnaire about "what is innovation?" and respond on the answer sheet freely.  ...  What "Organized Diagramming" makes clear is that a majority of engineers have images of "Innovation" as "the turning point of S-curve" focusing on the new generation products based on innovative technologies  ...  That is to say, traditional companies in a given market develop new technologies that cater to primary customers and their requirements for the higher quality.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.proeng.2011.03.145 fatcat:f477xvp7hbepfmhz2jfaai6y6q

Not Just Skipping. Understanding the Effect of Sponsored Content on Users' Decision-Making in Online Health Search [article]

Anat Hashavit, Hongning Wang, Tamar Stern, Sarit Kraus
2022 arXiv   pre-print
When the contrast is high, users exhibit a strong preference towards a negative viewpoint, and when the contrast is low or none, users exhibit preference towards a more positive viewpoint.  ...  Advertisers are willing to pay search engines to promote their content to a prominent position in the search result page (SERP).  ...  Direct marketing ads were retrieved from actual SERPs returned by the commercial search engines.  ... 
arXiv:2207.04445v1 fatcat:gsr2sqneqrbn7ittsxen26de6u

Page 322 of The Journal of Industrial Engineering Vol. 18, Issue 5 [page]

1967 The Journal of Industrial Engineering  
. % Sometimes referred to as a “systems manager”’ or, in the marketing milieu, a “product manager.” 322 THE JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING Implications of the Systems Concept The systems concept has  ...  Just as the systems viewpoint necessitates considera- tion of the combined effect and interrelationships of various organizational functions in the manager’s planning task, so, too, does it require integration  ... 

The WISE Approach to Architect Wireless Services [chapter]

Patricia Lago, Mari Matinlassi
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
As a result, developing and operating new mobile services will be a challenging software engineering problem.  ...  In particular, this paper introduces the WISE approach to service engineering, describes how it is applied to a real world Pilot service and reports initial feedback from project partners when applying  ...  Used to industrial service engineering in which marketdriven motivation is necessary, they experienced a gap between the four viewpoints defined by the WISE approach, and "real world" aspects like market  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-36209-6_31 fatcat:om52l5jwzbgptlogt7sguhel4e
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