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This paper introduces a goal-oriented framework which consists of generic and specific model repositories, and of methodology for integrated change management of business and IT evolutions. Is based on model compositions and traceability assessments of goal-oriented and scenario models. It contains a versioning-based cooperative work environment for business analysts to generate strategy decisions and simulations, themselves. The techniques and tools used are from the User Requirements Notation standard for requirements engineering and its supporting tools. Sets of models for visual documentation of BABOK 2.0 standard for business analysis, and of ISO/IEC 27001 and 27002 standards for information security, form the model repository to support developers and decision makers. These rise the generic aspect of the framework. An instantiation of framework for B2B change management with empirical validation within an SME, has been done. In a long way, this framework will be a base on a more complex system configuration control framework.


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Title Model-based framework for integrated evolution of business and IT changes: Integrated evolution of business and IT changes
Authors A. Medve
Type Conference
Conference/Journal Title 7th International Conference on Software Paradigm Trends (ICSOFT 2012)
Publisher SciTePress
Month July
Year 2012
Pages 255-260
Keywords Business goals evolution; Functional model improvement; ISO/IEC 27001/27002; MDE; Quality requirements integration; Reengineering; URN framework
Topic revision: r1 - 27 Oct 2013 - 20:12:55 - Daniel Amyot
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