Advances in Information Systems Development: Volume 2 by Gabor Maygar, Gabor Knapp, Wita Wojtkowski, Gregory

By Gabor Maygar, Gabor Knapp, Wita Wojtkowski, Gregory Wojtkowski, Jože Zupancic

This quantity contains the court cases of the fifteenth overseas convention on info platforms improvement (ISD). ISD progresses swiftly, constantly developing new demanding situations. development in ISD comes from study in addition to from perform. the purpose of the convention is to supply a world discussion board for the trade of principles and reviews among academia and undefined, and to stimulate exploration of latest solutions.

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These problems are discussed in different publications. The most mentioned problems are the following [15]: 1. A set of Use Cases does not provide a system developer with all of the information about client’s requirements necessary for the developed system. 2. It seems that Use Cases are very easy. Unfortunately, there is a reverse side of this simplicity – an analyst does not have to work very hard to understand the basic Use Case concepts, because of this the quality of the developed use case diagram falls.

Figure 5 shows the integrated schema on the transaction for storing an order in a DB in a sales system (5a) and a schema describing updating an existing order (5b). The integrated schema is representing the system in a high level of abstraction, showing what should be addressed by the system, but not how. Using this schema as a starting point for defining the interaction between the User – Software Component – DB illustrates some rules on the global level for the system. Fig. 5. An integrated schema on storing and updating an order in a sales system.

To ensure consistency in implementation dependent constructs we need to address the consistency at a higher level of abstraction, which can be achieved by applying an EM approach to analysis and design [13]. This paper is organized as follows. Firstly, we describe the semantic dependencies, both static and dynamic, applied in the EM approach. Secondly, we describe and illustrate how to apply these dependencies for conceptual software component modeling and conceptual DB design. In the third section, we focus on how to avoid inconsistency in conceptual descriptions of databases, information systems and software components and then we describe how to design for consistency using the semantic dependencies of the EM approach.

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