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

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Multi-Perspective Requirements Engineering for Networked Business Systems: A Framework for Pattern Composition
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.
Zlatko Zlatev, Maya Daneva, Roel Wieringa
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Type Conference
Year 2005
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Authors Zlatko Zlatev, Maya Daneva, Roel Wieringa
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