Requirements-Driven Design of Service-Oriented Interactions: An Evaluation

Mahfouz, Ayman (2010). Requirements-Driven Design of Service-Oriented Interactions: An Evaluation. Technical Report 2010/14; Department of Computing, The Open University.



This report presents and evaluation of our proposed requirements-driven adaptation process for inter-enterprise service-oriented interactions [1] [2]. We evaluate our adaptation process using two case studies. The first case study we tackle builds on the medical example introduced in [2]. Using a constructed case study allows us to demonstrate our contributions in isolation from noise associated with a real world case study. The medical case study is small enough to be comprehended with little effort and yet it allows for illustrative applications of the adaptation process. The second case study brings together a well-studied example from the literature and real world requirements for vehicle accident insurance and repair scenario. This case study has dual benefit. On the one hand, applying our approach to a widely studied example allows us to compare the approach to other approaches that have been applied to the example and benefit from prior analysis. On the other hand, the real-world scenario allows us to evaluate how our approach performs in a real-world setting.

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