Abstract

This paper introduces a problem of law compliance that arises during the requirements engineering (RE) phase of software systems. High-level law prescriptions often have a pervasive impact on business processes, the system they have to support, and consequently on the functionalities of the system itself. However, it is not easy to verify that business processes, which are very detailed and domain-dependent, actually comply with abstract, domain-independent legal prescriptions. We propose the use of RE languages combined in a framework to compare these two levels and make conclusions about compliance.

-- DanielAmyot - 04 Jul 2010

Discussion

  • Please contact damyot@site.uottawa.ca for a copy of this paper.
  • Please feel free to discuss this article directly on this page. Constructive comments are welcomed! Please sign your TWiki name.

FormForVirtualLibrary edit

Title Making Business Processes Law Compliant
Authors S. Ghanavati, D. Amyot, A. Siena, A. Susi, and A. Perini
Type Conference
Conference/Journal Title First Workshop on Law Compliancy Issues in Organisational Systems and Strategies (iComply 2010)
Volume/Number
Editors
Publisher
Month July
Year 2010
Pages
DOI
Keywords Compliance framework, goal modeling, GRL, Nomos, business processes
Topic attachments
I Attachment Action Size Date Who Comment
iComply2010-GASSP.pdfpdf iComply2010-GASSP.pdf manage 91 K 24 May 2011 - 11:48 DanielAmyot Pre-publication version
Topic revision: r2 - 24 May 2011, DanielAmyot
This site is powered by FoswikiCopyright © by the contributing authors. All material on this collaboration platform is the property of the contributing authors.
Ideas, requests, problems regarding Foswiki? Send feedback