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

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

This publication constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the 18th foreign convention on complex info platforms Engineering, CAiSE 2006, held in Luxembourg, Luxembourg in June 2006.

The 33 revised complete papers provided 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, enterprise modelling, configuration and separation, company approach modelling, agent orientation, and necessities management.

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Rather it is a suggestion that designers and developers may have become too arrogant in assuming that users are stupid and incapable, and that “we” know best. In truth, all too often users have been made stupid and incapable by the illconceived tools we have given them. Rather than “dumbing down” interfaces with socalled wizards that work no magic or arrogating user prerogatives by embedding in software more so-called intelligence that is at best profoundly naïve and at worst maliciously misguided, we should instead be designing better tools.

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.

E. the desired final state of the system), and the set of possible actions that actors can perform, the solution of the planning problem is the (not necessarily optimal) sequence of actions that allows the system to reach the desired state from the initial state. In order to cast the design process as a planning problem, we need to address the following question: which are the “actions” in a software design? When drawing the Secure Tropos model, the designer assigns the execution of goals from one actor to another, delegates permission and – last but not least – identifies appropriate goal refinements among selected alternatives.

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