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Facilitating the adoption of standards through model-based representation

Abstract : Nowadays standards provide recommendations for system development process in various phases and activities, aiming to address and reduce the risks associated to poor or flawed designs. Indeed, to increase systems assurance levels, a variety of concerns like safety, security and reliability are currently considered as critical and targeted by standards. However, to ensure such assurance levels, all stakeholders involved in the product development cycle (manufacturers, regulators, etc.) need to have a clear understanding of the standards contents. This paper presents an approach that aims to ease the common understanding of standards and their adoption by automatically generating models from them. The approach mostly relies upon the Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) language. The potential benefits of this structured graphical view of standards are to facilitate their comprehension, visualization and navigation by the stakeholders involved in product development cycle.
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Morayo Adedjouma, Gabriel Pedroza, Asma Smaoui, Trung Kien Dang. Facilitating the adoption of standards through model-based representation. ICECCS 2018 - 23rd International Conference on Engineering of Complex Computer Systems, Dec 2018, Melbourne, Australia. pp.213-216, ⟨10.1109/ICECCS2018.2018.00035⟩. ⟨cea-03282263⟩



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