Abstract

We propose a Problem Frames approach for ebusiness systems that incorporates a business strategy dimension as a means of describing the e-business problem domain. To achieve this, we employ both goal modeling and the Problem Frames approach. Jackson’s context diagrams, which are used to represent the business model context, are integrated with goal-models to describe the complete business strategy. As a means of simultaneously decomposing both the optative and indicative parts of a requirements problem, from an abstract business level to concrete system requirements, we leverage the paradigm of projection in both approaches while maintaining traceability to high-level business objectives. We demonstrate the feasibility of our approach via a proof-of-concept case study from the literature.

-- DanielAmyot - 05 Apr 2008

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Title Problem Frames Approach for e-Business Systems
Authors S.J. Bleistein, K. Cox, and J. Verner
Type Conference
Conference/Journal Title 8th Australian Workshop on Requirements Engineering (AWRE'03), Sydney, Australia
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Month December
Year 2003
Pages
DOI
Keywords e-Business, GRL, Problem frames
Topic revision: r2 - 08 Jul 2010, DanielAmyot
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