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Requirements modeling in SEAM: The example of a car crash management system

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8 Author(s)
Wegmann, A. ; Ecole Polytechniaue Fed. de Lausanne (EPFL), Lausanne, Switzerland ; Bajic-Bizumic, B. ; Golnam, A. ; Popescu, G.
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This paper presents how business and IT requirements are captured with the Systemic Enterprise Architecture Methodology (SEAM). The method is applied to the Car Crash Management System (CMS) - Software Product Line (SPL) case study. The existing business situation is analyzed. We identify the problems and list relevant solutions. We select one of these solutions for which we define the business and the IT requirements. We then present the two components of SEAM used in this paper, goal-belief and behavior modeling. We end the paper by presenting the systemic foundations of SEAM.

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Comparing Requirements Modeling Approaches Workshop (CMA@RE), 2013 International

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16-16 July 2013