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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
SWIM 2021-02-19
13:35
Online Online Report on the contents of the demonstration experiment and the results of the initial stage in the nursery facility business support system concept
Koji Yamada, Koki Yamaoka, Toru Takahashi (Osaka Sangyo Univ.), Sakiko Kasuya (Gifu Shotoku Junior College) SWIM2020-14
In December 2018, the first author reported on the concept of a nursery facility business support system based on design... [more] SWIM2020-14
pp.8-15
KBSE 2020-03-06
14:00
Okinawa Tenbusu-Naha
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
Analysis of system construction history in new pioneering business
Kazuaki Sato, Takako Nakatani (The Open University of Japan) KBSE2019-48
When starting up a new business, it is sometimes necessary to develop a system without defining the details of the tasks... [more] KBSE2019-48
pp.13-18
SWIM, KBSE 2019-05-24
16:00
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Analysis of system construction history in new pioneering business
Kazuaki Sato, Takako Nakatani (OUJ) KBSE2019-6 SWIM2019-6
A new pioneering business penetrates the society as time passes, and becomes familiar.
However, when launching a new pi... [more]
KBSE2019-6 SWIM2019-6
pp.37-42
ET 2018-11-10
13:10
Tokyo Tokyo Polytechnic University A Learning Method Aimed at Acquisition of Viewpoints in System Requirements Analysis
Shunya Ishii, Kiyoshi Nakabayashi (CIT) ET2018-57
This paper describes the design consideration of learning method aiming to make learners acquire the analysis viewpoints... [more] ET2018-57
pp.23-28
AI 2018-07-02
10:00
Hokkaido   Reparing Goal Models Corresponding to Business Process Model Repair Based on Process Mining Approach
Hiroki Horita (Ibaraki Univ.), Hideaki Hirayama (Mejiro Univ.), Takeo Hayase, Yasuyuki Tahara, Akihiko Ohsuga (UEC) AI2018-1
An accurate model is required when conducting a requirements analysis using a conceptual model such as a goal model and ... [more] AI2018-1
pp.1-6
SS, KBSE, IPSJ-SE [detail] 2017-07-19
17:00
Hokkaido   A Study on Discerning Hidden Critical Rules in Legacy Information Systems
Masayuki Inoue, Akio Jin, Keitaro Horikawa (NTT), Noriaki Izumi (AIST) SS2017-13 KBSE2017-13
As large-scale systems are so expensive, they are often kept in operation for long periods even though they may not perf... [more] SS2017-13 KBSE2017-13
pp.73-78
AP, SAT, SANE
(Joint)
2016-07-21
15:50
Hokkaido Otaru port marina [Special Talk] "Soft Prime": Local Connections To Global Suppliers in Support of Space Programs
Cameron Frazier, Hisanori Tsuji (JEPICO) SAT2016-14
(To be available after the conference date) [more] SAT2016-14
pp.19-21
SR, RCC, MICT, RCS, SRW
(Joint)
(2nd)
2016-05-16
- 2016-05-17
Overseas Hotel Lasaretti, Oulu, Finland [Requested Talk] Analysis of sharing economy business antecedents for recent spectrum sharing concepts
Seppo Yrjola (Nokia Innovation Steering)
The exponential growth of wireless services with diversity of devices and applications depending on connectivity has ins... [more]
SWIM 2014-05-23
13:05
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. [Special Talk] A Perspective to Business Requirements Engineering
Mikio Aoyama (Nanzan Univ.) SWIM2014-1
This article discusses the key concepts and technologies of business requirements engineering, which is a system of tech... [more] SWIM2014-1
pp.1-6
NS 2012-01-26
18:00
Okinawa Ryukyu University [Invited Talk] Current Movement and Future Perspective of Enterprise Cloud Computing -- The pursuit of efficiency and agility, and the value creation by Bigdata practical use --
Yoichi Kihara (NTT DATA) NS2011-162
The ICT is getting more important in the business management to support the diversity and complexity of the requirements... [more] NS2011-162
pp.99-102
KBSE 2012-01-23
12:50
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. A research study about business rules written in requirements definition documents
Manabu Sato, Jun Hagiwara, Shinobu Saito (NTT DATA) KBSE2011-55
Requirements analysis of an enterprise system development must include business requirements around the system to be dev... [more] KBSE2011-55
pp.13-18
KBSE, SS 2010-05-28
11:10
Kyoto Doshisha University, Imadegawa Campus Selection Criteria for Allocating Requirements to IT Functions and Operations
Noboru Hattori (NTT DATA/Wakayama Univ.), Tsuneo Ajisaka (Wakayama Univ.), Shuichiro Yamamoto (Nagoya Univ.) SS2010-10 KBSE2010-10
We discuss the selection criteria for allocating requirements to IT functions and human operations. We referred the rese... [more] SS2010-10 KBSE2010-10
pp.57-62
KBSE 2010-01-26
15:55
Tokyo Univ. of Tsukuba, Tokyo REBOK (Requirements Engineering Body Of Knowledge) Initiative
Mikio Aoyama (Nanzan Univ.), Takako Nakatani (Uni. of Tsukuba.), Shinobu Saito (NTT DATA Corp.), Naohiko Murata (Toshiba Solutions), Mikio Suzuki (TIS), Ritsuo Suzuki (JISA) KBSE2009-58
This article reports on the initiative of REBOK(Requirements Engineering Body Of Knowledge). We explain the motivation, ... [more] KBSE2009-58
pp.59-64
MSS 2010-01-22
11:10
Aichi Toyota Central R&D Labs. Proposal of a Business Process Verification Method using Orders of Tasks
Daijiro Murata, Ryota Mibe (Hitachi), Yoshinao Isobe (AIST) CST2009-49
To verify upstream design information of an information system, we propose a method transforming partial business proces... [more] CST2009-49
pp.67-72
VLD, DC, IPSJ-SLDM, CPSY, RECONF, ICD, CPM
(Joint) [detail]
2008-11-19
14:15
Fukuoka Kitakyushu Science and Research Park [Invited Talk] A Business Model for BOP
Hiroto Yasuura (Kyushu Univ.) CPM2008-98 ICD2008-97
Two thirds of people in the world are living in the severe situation without electricity and water supply. In the progre... [more] CPM2008-98 ICD2008-97
pp.51-53
SWIM 2008-03-14
16:00
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. A Hierarchical Requirements Specification Methodology to Translate the Business Requirements into the Information System
Kazuyoshi Watanabe (マネジメント&ERPインテグレーション) SWIM2007-28
A hierarchical requirements specification methodology that consists of four phases to translate the business strategy in... [more] SWIM2007-28
pp.27-32
SWIM 2007-11-30
10:30
Tokyo Nihon education hall Planning the Business Process Transformation Concept of Supply-Chain and Information Technology with the Structured Business Strategy
Kazuyoshi Watanabe (M&ERP) SWIM2007-14
(To be available after the conference date) [more] SWIM2007-14
pp.1-6
ISEC, LOIS 2007-11-21
16:15
Hyogo Kobe University Business Process based Access Control Method for Java EE Environment
Tomoya Okaue, Satoshi Ono (Kogakuin Univ.) ISEC2007-95 OIS2007-67
Owing to promoting the web service of Enterprise information system and requirements of compliance, web service for the ... [more] ISEC2007-95 OIS2007-67
pp.43-50
KBSE, JSAI-KBS 2006-01-23
13:00
Kanagawa Keio Univ.(Hiyoshi) A Discussion on Methodology of Incremental Goal Evolution Process
Shinobu Saito, Shuichiro Yamamoto (NTT DATA)
This paper proposes the methodology of incremental goal evolution process from the view point of the approach to busines... [more] KBSE2005-21
pp.1-6
SS 2005-04-22
10:00
Wakayama   How to Extract Goals for Business Domain Analysis?
Takako Nakatani (S-Lagoon Co.,Ltd.), Terunobu Fujino (InArcadia Cipo.)
We develop a role-based business domain analysis method named RODAN for exploring the rationale and claims of requiremen... [more] SS2005-7
pp.1-6
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