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November 6, 2017 @ 10:30 am - 4:00 pm
Requirements Engineering (RE) aims to capture intended system functionality and qualities. For that, requirements are often explicitly captured in various types of conceptual models. Such models allow for sharing a collaborative perception of requirements, can facilitate analysis, and can transform towards design, specification, and code. In practice, requirements activities often fall under the heading of Business Analysis (BA), determining how a business can make use of technology in order to improve its operations, meet targets, and thrive in a competitive economy. Use of models in this context allows for an explicit consideration of business strategy, including requirements specifying how such strategies can be operationalized through socio-technical systems. Moreover, conceptual modeling can be a core asset as part of a business intelligence initiative, using models to monitor and reason over the real-time achievement of business strategies. (LINK)