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The field of requirements engineering for business processes has grown during the last several years. As business processes are assumed to fulfil organizational goals, goal models could be transformed into business process models that specify how business processes fulfil the organizational goals. Although both the fields of Goal-Oriented RE (GORE) and(More)
The field of requirements engineering (RE) for business processes has grown during the last several years. As business processes are needed to fulfil organizational goals, the information captured in goal models provides a basis for designing business processes. Although research has started to explore how to transform goal models into business process(More)
Semantic Business Process Management (SBPM) raises Business Process Management (BPM) from the IT level, where it mostly resides now, to the business level, where it belongs. SBPM provides a rich ontological description of both enterprise and process aspects, and aims to support business process modellers by means of SBPM modelling tools. Unfortunately, no(More)
The paper outlines an approach to link business models, based on enterprise ontology, with semantic business process models that are expressed with BPMO concepts and linked to WSMO concepts. The integration of business modelling and business process modelling ensures that the requirements for a Business Process Management System are driven by business(More)
Business processes are designed to execute strategies that aim at achieving organisational goals. During the last decade, several methods have been proposed that prescribe the use of goal-oriented requirements engineering techniques for supporting different business process management activities, in particular business process modelling. The integration of(More)
Requiremente licitationi so ne of thee arliestp haseso farequirement engineeringl ifecycle.H owever,e vent houghy ears of research have gonei nto seekingm achine supportf or requirements engineering, them ethodsu seda re still highly manuala nd thev isiono fa utomatic transfer of business analysis requirementsintoITsystems supportingthe businessisstill(More)
The 'international reports on socio-informatics' are an online report series of the International Institute for Socio-Informatics, Bonn, Germany. They aim to contribute to current research discourses in the fields of 'Human-Computer-Interaction' and 'Computers and Society'. The 'international reports on socio-informatics' appear at least two times per year(More)
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