Tag Archives: Domain

Evolution of Modeling Tools along the Project Life Cycle

Amongst tool vendors a general assumption seems to be that the work is adapted to the tool, instead of doing it the other way around. How can the appropriate usage of modeling tools be analysed scientificaly, to lead to tool support in the meaning of the tool supports the work and not vice versa … Continue reading

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Are your Requirements complete?

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

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Meanings of “Model”

On the different usages of ‘model’ in the sense of Business Process Model or Entity Relationship Model, and in mathematical Model Theory.

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UML and Complexity aware modeling

I believe that applying complexity classes to UML can provide a substantial benefit, if it can support the controlled (complexity aware) use of language. Continue reading

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Flow Charts vs. BPMN

Simply the fact that BPMN is more expressive than FC is already not a reason pro BPMN. Continue reading

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