Arnold Rudorfer

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Medical informatics and software engineering researchers have studied how to use software technologies to define, analyze, automate, and provide decision support for healthcare workflows. We, as the requirement engineering and prototyping group of the Siemens R&D center, have been involved in the research and development of healthcare workflows. During(More)
Medical informatics and software engineering researchers have studied how to use software technologies to define, analyze, automate, and provide decision support for healthcare workflows. We, as the requirements engineering and prototyping group of the Siemens R&D center, have been involved in the research and development of both financial and clinical(More)
Requirements-Engineering zielt auf die systematische Erhebung der Anforderungen für ein zu entwickelndes Produkt oder System auf Basis genereller Geschäftsziele und Vorgaben ab. Angestrebt werden dokumentierte Anforderungen an Produkte oder Systeme, die optimal nutzbar und vermarktbar sind und in jeder Hinsicht möglichst gut den Erwartungen aller(More)
Owing to strong market growth for medical devices deployed in critical-care facilities, development organizations in medical engineering must continually look for opportunities to drive engineering efficiency and cost effectiveness. Furthermore, cycle time must decrease, the alignment of clinical workflow is breaking down departmental barriers, and an(More)
This paper defines a highly concurrent, software rapid prototyping process that supports a sizable development team to develop a high-quality, evolutionary software prototype. The process is particularly aimed at developing user-interface intensive, workflow-centered software. The Software Engineering Department and User Interface Design Center at Siemens(More)
The vast amount of information available through the Web has made it difficult to retrieve information relevant to a specific task. To help ensure that users' interactions with a system are successful, preparation of content and its presentation to users must take into account (a) what information needs to be extracted, (b) the way in which this information(More)
The following technical report of the Technische Universität München (TUM) describes the Requirements Engineering Reference Model (REM). REM is the result of long-term research in the fields of systems and software engineering, model-based requirements engineering and process definition of the chair of Software and Systems Engineering at the TUM. This(More)
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