Multi-Perspective Requirements Engineering for Networked Business Systems: A Framework for Pattern Composition


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Zlatev, Z.V. and Daneva, M. and Wieringa, R.J. (2005) Multi-Perspective Requirements Engineering for Networked Business Systems: A Framework for Pattern Composition. In: 8th Workshop on Requirements Engineering, WER 2005, 13-14 June 2005, Porto, Portugal.

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Abstract:How business and software analysts explore, document, and negotiate requirements for enterprise systems is critical to the benefits their organizations will eventually derive. In this paper, we present a framework for analysis and redesign of networked business systems. It is based on libraries of patterns which are derived from existing Internet businesses. The framework includes three perspectives: Economic value, Business processes, and Application communication, each of which applies a goal-oriented method to compose patterns. By means of consistency relationships between perspectives, we demonstrate the usefulness of the patterns as a light-weight approach to exploration of business ideas.
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Official URL:http://wer.inf.puc-rio.br/WERpapers/artigos/artigos_WER05/zlatko_zlatev.pdf
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