The Business Modeling Discipline Purpose of Business Modeling To understand the structure and dynamics of the organization in which a system is to be deployed To understand current problems in the target organization and identify areas for potential improvement
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w/class notation. See Business Modeling under Use CaseView
Due: 2/16 at start of class. Turn in CD that contains all models and has links to text descriptions. Ensure text models are on CD and clearly linked from Rose.
See Restaurant Management System requirements version 1 and Versions 1.1 on my web page tomorrow, Wednesday, 2/4/2004
To understand the structure and dynamics of the organization;
To ensure customers, end-users, and developers understand the organization;
To derive requirements on systems to support the organization;
To support these, Business Use Case Models and Business Object Models are developed.
Business use case model
Use Cases and Actors - Modeled
Business object model
Use Cases realized with actors and entities for the modeling
Use Cases realized with actors for the Use Case Descriptions.
Two additional artifacts are required:
Business Vision document - text
Business Glossary - text
Business Rules - text
Domain Model - model in Rational Rose
You can use Visio to do this. Visio does provide all the tools and is simple.
BUT, you would be much better served to use Rational Rose. So use Rational Rose.