COLOR-X: Linguistically-based Event Modeling: A General Approach to Dynamic Modeling

@inproceedings{Burg1995COLORXLE,
  title={COLOR-X: Linguistically-based Event Modeling: A General Approach to Dynamic Modeling},
  author={J. F. M. Burg and Reind P. van de Riet},
  booktitle={CAiSE},
  year={1995}
}
This paper introduces a way of modeling the dynamic aspects of an Information and Communication System in which all the occurring events are listed and ordered in time. These graphical Event Models are based on formal (logical) speciications. Event Models are very close to the speciications in the informal requirements document, which describes the Universe of Discourse. By means of the underlying formal speciications Natural Language sentences are generated automatically , in order to give… CONTINUE READING

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