Automating Business Modelling: A Guide to Using Logic to by Yun-Heh Chen-Burger, Dave Robertson

By Yun-Heh Chen-Burger, Dave Robertson

Enhances using company versions as a good communique medium among company and technical personnel.

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BSDM provides step-by-step procedures for building business models with supporting recommendations, guidelines and example models. A business model is normally built during BSDM workshops over a few months. Conventionally, the model is initially paper-based. 6 The quality of the built model relies entirely on the knowledge and experiences of the participants in the project. In Chapter 3, the kinds of automatic support which can be provided for such informal modelling methods will be proposed. The potential benefits of these kinds of automatic support will also be discussed.

2. 2, boxes represent stages of activities which are carried out during the life cycle of a software system’s development and de- Chapter 3. Problems and Overview of Approach 25 ployment. Arrows show the workflow between these stages. When comparing these two models, although Alan’s model elaborates somewhat more on the initial stages, both include stages of requirements, design, coding, testing and software deployment. 2. It is implied by Alan’s model that a key factor in producing an appropriate software system is to test it carefully at each stage.

Modelling concepts such as entity, activity, object, agent and the notion of time are captured as PIF classes in the hierarchy. Everything in PIF is a subclass of the root class entity. There are four subclasses of entity: activity, object, timepoint and relation. Each subclass may also have its own subclasses. A subclass is indicated by an outgoing arrow from itself to the corresponding superclass. This relationship between the subclass and the superclass is a specialisation relationship. For instance, in PIF, decision (making) is a special type of activity, and before describes a particular kind of (temporal) relation.

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