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Using Semantic Technologies to Enhance a Requirements Engineering Approach for Alignment of IT with Business Strategy

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5 Author(s)
Veres, C. ; Infomedia, Univ. of Bergen (UiB), Bergen ; Sampson, J. ; Bleistein, S.J. ; Cox, K.
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B-SCP is a promising framework addressing alignment of IT with business strategy from a requirements engineering perspective. A problem with the B-SCP framework is that it is extremely difficult to track dependencies between requirements in a project of realistic complexity. We discuss how the RDF data model with OWL semantics, will greatly benefit an implementation using B-SCP. Our contribution is to extend B-SCP by describing an ontology data structure for representing the requirements and the complex rules which map them together. Seven Eleven-Japan is used as an exemplar to demonstrate improved productivity and consistency of B-SCP.

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Complex, Intelligent and Software Intensive Systems, 2009. CISIS '09. International Conference on

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16-19 March 2009