Applying Behavior Engineering to Process Modeling

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Title Applying Behavior Engineering to Process Modeling
Author Tuffley, David; Rout, Terence Patrick
Publication Title Proceedings of the Improving Systems and Software Engineering Conference (ISSEC)
Editor Angela Tuffley
Year Published 2009
Place of publication Brisbane, Australia
Publisher Eventcorp Pty Ltd
Abstract The natural language used by people in everyday life to express themselves is often prone to ambiguity. Examples abound of misunderstandings occurring due to a statement having two or more possible interpretations. In the software engineering domain, clarity of expression when specifying the requirements of software systems is one situation where absence of ambiguity is important. Dromey's (2006) Behavior Engineering is a formal method that reduces or eliminates ambiguity in software requirements. This paper seeks an answer to the question: can Dromey's (2006) Behavior Engineering reduce or eliminate ambiguity when applied to the development of a Process Reference Model?
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Published Yes
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ISBN 978-0-9807680-0-8
Conference name ISSEC: Improving Systems and Software Engineering Conference 2009
Location Canberra, Australia
Date From 2009-08-11
Date To 2009-08-12
Date Accessioned 2010-03-08
Language en_AU
Research Centre Institute for Integrated and Intelligent Systems
Faculty Faculty of Science, Environment, Engineering and Technology
Subject Information Systems Theory
Publication Type Conference Publications (Full Written Paper - Refereed)
Publication Type Code e1

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