Towards Model-Driven Requirements Analysis for Context-Aware Well-Being Systems

18-09-2012 § Leave a comment


Over the years, the interest in the field of pervasive computing has increased. A specific class of applications in this domain is that of context-aware applications. These programs utilize context information to adapt to their current environment. This quality can be used, among others, when dealing with health care and well-being situations. However, as the user requirements for these specific applications are almost never well-specified, there is a real risk that the resulting application does not offer the right set of features to the user. In order to mitigate this risk, we propose a model-driven method of requirements engineering for systems in the domain of context-aware well-being applications. This method will result in an explicit specification of requirements, and an improved alignment of user requirements and system features. Furthermore, due to the model-driven character of the method, the artifacts created during the requirements engineering phase of the development process can directly be incorporated in the subsequent development steps


S. Bosems, , “Towards model-driven requirements analysis for context-aware well-being systems,” in On the Move to Meaningful Internet Systems: OTM 2012 Workshops, ser. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, P. Herrero, H. Panetto, R. Meersman, and T. Dillon, Eds. Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, 2012, vol. 7567, pp. 43 – 50




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