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Tag Archives: BPMN
Practical modelling in software analysis differs significantly from design. The IMHO main differences are highlighted here. Continue reading
Executable models have a great potential for achieving real separation of concerns. However, some practical modeling aspects on the business side deserve closer attention. Continue reading
Based on the elementary terms of relational structures, this little example shows the basic trade-off of Use Cases: understandability vs redundancy. Continue reading
Got carried away by this little picture, I recently found in a tweet, and its correspondence to modelling. So I started fooling around a bit on blind spots, redundancy and how to handle it in software 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
Modeling trade-off: new language to learn, but easy to use the power of graphical notation. Continue reading