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From business world to software world: deriving class diagrams from business process models

@inproceedings{Rungworawut2005FromBW,
  title={From business world to software world: deriving class diagrams from business process models},
  author={W. Rungworawut and T. Senivongse},
  year={2005}
}
Business world and software world coexist and interface when there is a demand to implement an information system in business environment. People in business world have more knowledge in business processes and logics of the information system while people in software world have more expertise in building software artifacts. This paper proposes a guideline to help software designers to build a software model, i.e. a UML class diagram in this case, from a business process model, i.e. a BPMN… Expand
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