Requirements Engineering for Service-Oriented Computing: A Position Paper


Eck, Pascal van and Wieringa, Roel (2003) Requirements Engineering for Service-Oriented Computing: A Position Paper. In: First International Workshop on e-Services at ICEC'03, Sept 2003, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA (pp. pp. 23-28).

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Abstract:Modern XML-based technologies as well as current busi- ness trends enable a move to service-oriented computing, in which functionality previously offered by application soft- ware, is now offered by the infrastructure. We argue that this enforces a new approach to requirements engineering for services, and that two different kinds of requirements engi- neering will emerge: requirements engineering for service consumers and requirements engineering for service provi- ders. For the latter kind, we propose service blueprinting, which originated in marketing, as a good source to develop a requirements engineering approach to serviced-oriented computing.
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