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The Role of Visual Modeling and Model Transformations in Business-driven Development

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The Role of Visual Modeling and Model Transformations in Business-driven Development
This paper explores the emerging paradigm of business-driven development, which presupposes a methodology for developing IT solutions that directly satisfy business requirements and needs. At the core of business-driven development are business processes, which are usually modeled by combining graphical and textual notations. During the business-driven development process, business-process models are taken down to the IT level, where they describe the so-called choreography of services in a Service-Oriented Architecture. The derivation of a service choreography based on a business-process model is simple and straightforward for toy examples only-for realistic applications, many challenges at the methodological and technical level have to be solved. This paper explores these challenges and describes selected solutions that have been developed by the research team of the IBM Zurich Research Laboratory.
Jana Koehler, Rainer Hauser, Jochen Malte Küs
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Type Journal
Year 2008
Where ENTCS
Authors Jana Koehler, Rainer Hauser, Jochen Malte Küster, Ksenia Ryndina, Jussi Vanhatalo, Michael Wahler
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