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Tag Archives: analysis
If “engineering is producing an artifact to cost”, then how can modelling contribute to it? Continue reading
Complexity aware people are able to recognize complexity, and regard it over things like size. How do they recognise? Mainly by modelling! Continue reading
Wow – I discovered that beyond the actual technology there is something called business logic, and – most surprising – it was not trivial! (on Complexity Aware Modelling) Continue reading
An analyst has two main ways of making use of Model Transformation in requirements analysis: applying rules to models and keeping views consistent. Continue reading
Completeness is one big issue in requirements engineering. Here’s how this can be approached by systematic analysis. To me this is already a basic application of modeling and its benefits. Continue reading
On the different usages of ‘model’ in the sense of Business Process Model or Entity Relationship Model, and in mathematical Model Theory.
Modeling trade-off: new language to learn, but easy to use the power of graphical notation. Continue reading
To study computation we need a theory of finite structures. Neil Immerman’s quotation, illustrated by Hilbert’s hotel. Continue reading
Product Owner responsible for iterations in individual software development? Good idea, if(f) requirements are the dominant iterations trigger. Continue reading