Advanced Information Systems Engineering: 18th International by Alistair Sutcliffe (auth.), Eric Dubois, Klaus Pohl (eds.)

By Alistair Sutcliffe (auth.), Eric Dubois, Klaus Pohl (eds.)

This ebook constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the 18th foreign convention on complicated details platforms Engineering, CAiSE 2006, held in Luxembourg, Luxembourg in June 2006.

The 33 revised complete papers offered including three keynote talks have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 189 submissions. The papers are prepared in topical sections on safeguard, conceptual modelling, queries, record conceptualization, provider composition, workflow, company modelling, configuration and separation, enterprise method modelling, agent orientation, and requisites management.

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Figure 1 summarizes Examples 1 and 2 in terms of a Secure Tropos model. In this diagram, actors are represented as circles and goals as ovals. Labels O, P and R are used for representing ownership, provisioning and requesting relations, respectively. Finally, we represent trust of permission and trust of execution relationships as edges respectively labelled Tp and Te. Once a stage of the modeling phase is concluded, Secure Tropos provides mechanisms for the verification of the model [16]. This means that the design process iterates over the following steps: – model the system; – translate the model into a set of clauses (this is done automatically); – verify whether appropriate design or security patterns are satisfied by the model.

In the software world, Microsoft Office once again provides a convenient example in the form of the so-called Office Assistant, known to most users as “Clippy” (or “that (*)#@^ animated paper clip”) but actually named Clippit. Almost from the beginning, the intrusively obsequious dancing paper clip has been a controversial user interface feature. My own informal audience surveys over the decade since its introduction in Office ’97 suggest that the Office Assistant is widely reviled, almost universally regarded as useless or at least largely ineffective, and frequently the subject of violent fantasies, particularly among those who were unable to get rid of it.

CAiSE 2006, LNCS 4001, pp. 33–47, 2006. c Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2006 34 V. Bryl et al. active now [5, 11, 25, 29]. However, proposed solutions are largely domain-specific, require considerable expertise on the part of their users, and in some cases do not actually guarantee that the synthesized program will meet all requirements stated up front [11]. Another approach is to facilitate the work of the designer by supporting tedious aspects of software development by automating the design refinement process.

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