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Automating Business Modelling: A Guide to Using Logic to by Yun-Heh Chen-Burger, Dave Robertson

By Yun-Heh Chen-Burger, Dave Robertson

Enhances using company types as a good conversation medium among company and technical personnel.

Details the blue-print of the to-be constructed company system.

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The term “Post-Industrial Era” is taken from [9]. Chapter 3. Problems and Overview of Approach 29 how to tackle the problems, we look into the BSDM method and identify areas where assistance can be provided to help modelling activities. 2 BSDM’s Business Modelling The Business System Development Method (BSDM) is an Enterprise Modelling Method. It has been promoted and practised by IBM, as well as its clients, as an effective way to capture a business’ static and dynamic environment and its constraints.

Requirements Design Coding Testing Operations Fig. 1. Royce’s waterfall model 1 Requirements 2 Preliminary Design 10 Software System Test Planning 11 Integration Test Planning 3 5 System Testing 6 Integration Testing 12 Detailed Unit Test Design Planning 8 Delivery Production Deployment 9 Maintenance and Enhancement 7 Unit Testing 4 Coding Fig. 2. 2, boxes represent stages of activities which are carried out during the life cycle of a software system’s development and de- Chapter 3. Problems and Overview of Approach 25 ployment.

To validate a model, the modeller must as a minimum be able to work through the execution of typical scenarios for business processes and then compare these with the real world. As mentioned earlier for all but very simple business models, this is not achievable through a simple paper and pencil exercise and, hence, detailed validation has not, hitherto, been possible. Our aim therefore is not to improve the method itself, but help to improve the quality of its products. One may provide support that is closely tied in with the method so that the original practices are not disturbed and no unnecessary unfamiliarities are introduced to the user.

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