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[vem: xi: ] - A Methodology for Process Based Requirements Engineering

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[vem: xi: ] - A Methodology for Process Based Requirements Engineering
Service-oriented architectures (SOA) aim at the alignment of business and IT by having a clear business process-centric focus. In order to reach that goal, real-world business processes are captured by business process models. These models serve as the basis for the declarative configuration of a SOA using appropriate deployment artifacts - i.e., XML-based process languages. Consequently, requirements engineering for SOAs must focus on business processes and on their integration into systems using interoperable services, which is not the case for most conventional requirements engineering approaches. In this paper we present a requirements engineering approach specifically designed for the engineering of SOAs. Requirements are captured using a unified process, based on phases and iterations eventually leading to a formalized and unambiguous requirements specification. The final requirements specification can be used in succeeding development phases - i.e. for the modeldriven gen...
Philipp Liegl, Rainer Schuster, Marco Zapletal, Ch
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Year 2009
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Authors Philipp Liegl, Rainer Schuster, Marco Zapletal, Christian Huemer, Hannes Werthner, Michael Aigner, Martin Bernauer, Bjoern Klinger, Michaela Mayr, Ramin Mizani, Martin Windisch
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