Sebastian Uchitel

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Constructing comprehensive operational models of intended system behaviour is a complex and costly task, which can be mitigated by the construction of partial behaviour models, providing early feedback and subsequently elaborating them iteratively. However, how should partial behaviour models described by different stakeholders with different viewpoints(More)
A Service-Oriented Computing (SoC) architecture consists of a number of collaborating services to achieve one or more goals. Traditionally , the focus of developing services (as components) has been on the static binding of these services within a single context and constrained in an individual manner. As service architectures are designed to more dynamic,(More)
Behaviour model construction remains a difficult and labour intensive task which hinders the adoption of model-based methods by practitioners. We believe one reason for this is the mismatch between traditional approaches and current software development process best practices which include iterative development, adoption of use-case and scenario-based(More)
Behaviour models facilitate the understanding and analysis of software systems by providing an abstract view of their behaviours and also by enabling the use of validation and verification techniques to detect errors. However, depending on the size and complexity of these systems, constructing models may not be a trivial task, even for experienced(More)
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