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From Requirements to Code: Conceptual Model-based Software Design

Prof. Dr. Oscar Pastor

Prof. Dr. Oscar Pastor

Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Spain

A crucial success factor in information systems development is the alignment of the system with business goals, business semantics and business processes. Developers should be freed from programming concerns and be able to concentrate on these alignment problems. the application of sound Conceptual Modeling techniques within a Model-driven system development (MDD) not only provides a structured and systematic approach to systems development, but also offers developers the possibility of using model transformation technologies to derive models of a lower abstraction level that can be further refined, and even generate software code automatically. From the experience got with the advanced MDD platform provided by Integranova, this presentation will show how to successfully integrate business process modelling (BPM), requirements engineering (RE) and object-oriented conceptual modelling with the objective of leveraging MDD capabilities. The current state of the art on modelling methods and code generation tools will be discussed to explore different ways to match an information system with business requirements. Concrete principles, concepts and common practices of MDD will be presented with a special focus on model-driven requirements engineering, meaning by it how business process models and requirements models can be embedded in a complete Conceptual Modeling-based software production process. As a practical application, a specific method and notations are explained, but the ultimate goal is that assistants are able to apply this knowledge to their own contexts, either in industrial practice or academic research.

Lecture at NEMO2016

Date/Time: Tuesday, July 19, 2016 at 11:30