Volume 20, Issue 3 (2009), pp. 343–368
In the context of enterprise engineering, strategic planning, information systems engineering, and software engineering activities should be tightly integrated. Traditional, interview-based requirements gathering and elicitation techniques are suited for this aim not enough well and often lead to the violation of the strategic alignment. The vision-driven requirements engineering has been proposed to solve this problem. The paper contributes to the further development of vision-driven requirements engineering techniques. It proposes a methodical framework that defines a complete scheme to organize different level requirements and allows to flowdown requirements from business to software level preserving their business-orientation.
Volume 14, Issue 4 (2003), pp. 455–470
The main purpose of the paper is to compare ontology‐based reuse techniques in domain engineering and enterprise engineering. It discusses attempts to combine classical domain engineering techniques with ontology‐based techniques as well as the attempts to incorporate ontologies in enterprise engineering process and demonstrates that, on the one hand, both approaches still are not mature enough to solve practical reuse problems and, on the other hand, both propose ideas that can be used to develop more mature approach. The main contribution of the paper is the detail description of the problems of ontology‐based reuse of enterprise engineering assets.