Category Archives: Enterprise Modelling

SIREN – Swedish Requirements Engineering Network

Janis, Jelena, Constantinos and Iyad will spend 12-13 May attending the annual seminar of SIREN in Jonköping. On the seminar, we will present our ongoing research and results in the areas of the alignment between business strategy and RE (Constantinos), … Continue reading

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Paper accepted in EMMSAD 2011 Conference

A paper titled “Analyzing the Integration between Requirements and Models in Model Driven Development” has been accepted for the EMMSAD 2011 Conference (http://www.emmsad.org/), which is held in conjunction with CAiSE 2011 in London, UK. Authors: Iyad Zikra, Janis Stirna, Jelena … Continue reading

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Professor Michaël Petit in SYSLAB this week!

During this week Prof. Michaël Petit from University of Namur (Belgium) is going to continue his collaboration with our research lab. This time the effort is set on an integration of well-established Business Strategy approaches such as Strategy Maps, Value Chain, Blue … Continue reading

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2 Contributions accepted for IEEE RCIS 2011

The research papers of our PhD students, Khurram Shahzad and Constantinos Giannoulis have been accepted for the 5th IEEE International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science (RCIS 2011). Short summaries of their works, the first on a process analysis approach using … Continue reading

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A workshop on value modeling and business ontologies

The 5th International Workshop on Value Modeling and Business Ontologies (VMBO 2011) was arranged 7-8 February by the University of Ghent, Belgium. This excellent workshop drew about 30 participants where DSV was represented by myself (Birger), Paul Johannesson, and Maria … Continue reading

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DSV is Co-organising BUSITAL 2011

The 6th International Workshop on Business/IT-Alignment and Interoperability is arranged in London the 20th of June, 2011. Members of DSV staff are involved in various ways in the arrangements. Please consider  contributing to the workshop by submitting your research reports. … Continue reading

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Tharaka Ilayperuma PhD Dissertation

Today, Tharaka Ilayperuma defended his PhD thesis “Improving E-Business Design through Business Model Analysis”. The opponent was William Song from Durham University, and the examination committee consisted of Marianne Nilsson from Stockholm University, Eva Söderström from Högskolan Skövde and Henrik … Continue reading

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A Paper on MDA-based Transformations of Services

At the EDOC Enterprise Computing conference (IEEE EDOC 2010), I presented a paper that proposed the elicitation of Web services, using a MDA-aligned model. In particular, we considered business value models and an established collaboration framework for creating a service-centric … Continue reading

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