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Author Carlos Monsalve; Alain April; Alain Abran
Title BPM and requirements elicitation at multiple levels of abstraction: A review Type Conference Article
Year 2011 Publication IADIS International Conference on Information Systems 2011 Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages 237-242
Keywords Business process modeling, levels of abstraction, requirements elicitation, requirements modeling, review
Abstract Business process models can be useful for requirements elicitation, among other things. Software development depends on the quality of the requirements elicitation activities, and so adequately modeling business processes (BPs) is critical. A key factor in achieving this is the active participation of all the stakeholders in the development of a shared vision of BPs.

Unfortunately, organizations often find themselves left with inconsistent BPs that do not cover all the stakeholders’ needs

and constraints. However, consolidation of the various stakeholder requirements may be facilitated through the use of multiple levels of abstraction (MLA). This article contributes to the research into MLA use in business process modeling (BPM) for software requirements by reviewing the theoretical foundations of MLA and their use in various BP-oriented approaches.
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