Multi-perspective approaches to analysis and design of businesses information systems are used to manage the complexity of the development process. A perspective contains a partial specification of the system from a particular stakeholder’s standpoint. This separation of concerns leads to potential inconsistencies between specifications from different perspectives, resulting in non-implementable systems. In this paper, a consistency relationship between the economic value and business processes perspectives of a design framework for networked businesses is proposed based on an equivalence of a common semantic model.
|Name||Lecture Notes in Computer Science|
|Conference||International Conference on Cooperative Information Systems|
|Period||31/10/05 → 4/11/05|
|Other||31 Oct-4 Nov 2005|