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In general, there is no formal way to describe business modeling. We introduce goal modeling from requirement engineering and use case maps for high level scenarios to describe business use cases. Those methods help to describe business goals clearly and as formal way, so that we could analyze those goals from various perspectives. We applied the proposed method to a case study, and discuss future issues.

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Title Applying SW and Requirement Engineering Methods to Business Modeling
Authors Yuriko Sawatani
Type Conference
Conference/Journal Title INFORMS International 2007, Puerto Rico
Month July
Year 2007
Topic revision: r1 - 01 Apr 2008 - 09:52:14 - Daniel Amyot
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