Boyan Kolev, Jose María Zaragoza, Patricio Martinez, Luis Miguel Garcia, Ofer Biran, Konstantinos Moutselos, María Ángeles Sanguino, Jorge Montero, Ana Luiza Pontual, Miquel Milà, Ricard Munné, Giuseppe La Rocca (+17 others)
2021 Zenodo  
This deliverable summarizes the work that has been currently done in the scope of T2.1 ("Requirements Elicitation & State of the Art Analysis") until M12. It is the second of the series of deliverables of this task, whose main objective is to specify the use case scenarios, their involved datasets and their relevant user requirements as well as the system and technical requirements that are being imposed by the platform. As mentioned in the previous version of this deliverable, the purpose of
more » ... is series is to track those requirements throughout the project and update them during the progress of the project. As a result, this second version depicts the additional technical requirements that have been identified after the delivery of the first versions of the scientific reports and provides an extended version of the user scenarios, the definition of their dataset, along with an extensive survey regarding the regulatory constraints. As mentioned in the first version of this deliverable, the approach that has been followed is twofold: A top-down approach has been followed with respect to the user requirements that were initially collected by the use case providers themselves, after specifying the business goals and objectives of the use case, along with a concrete definition of the scenario. In this version, additional requirements have been identified, after the first or pilot workshops that took place during this period (M07-M12) with the engagement of end users of the domain that provided valuable input, which is reflected in this version of the deliverable. However, as these workshops will continue to take place in the forthcoming period, the final version of the user requirements will be delivered in the third iteration of this document. Moreover, regarding the bottom-up approach, whose objective is to additionally complement and identify/analyse the technical requirements, they have been updated with respect to the progress that has been made by the work carried out in the technical work packages, which a [...]
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4560336 fatcat:pk2tqbdsvrg7hjmwwwz37c2vou