Jackson problem diagrams, goal modeling, and business process modeling (BPM) are employed in a requirements engineering approach that captures both business strategy and process requirements for e-business systems. As a means of linking abstract, high-level business requirements to low-level system requirements, we leverage the paradigm of projection in both problem diagrams and goal models simultaneously. We use Jackson context diagram to describe the business model domain context while goal modeling is used to represent both requirements and to describe the objectives of business strategy. Role activity diagrams are used to describe business processes in detail where needed. The feasibility of our approach is shown by a proof-ofconcept case study.


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Title Requirements Engineering for e-Business Systems: Integrating Jackson Problem Diagrams with Goal Modeling and BPM
Authors S.J. Bleistein, K. Cox, and J. Verner
Type Conference
Conference/Journal Title 11th Asia Pacific Software Engineering Conference (APSEC 2004), Busan, Korea,
Publisher IEEE Computer Society
Month November
Year 2004
Pages 410-417
DOI 10.1109/APSEC.2004.84
Keywords Business process modeling, GRL, Problem frames
Topic revision: r2 - 07 Nov 2009, JameleddineHassine
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