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Estimation of business process system adequacy

Abstract : In information systems projects, the adequacy of designed and implemented solution is difficult to define and to measure. Using literature review and empirical investigation, adequacy is defined in this paper as the best compromise between quality requirements and cost constraints. Quality and cost are defined as the weighted sum of quality and cost items. The obtained model is briefly illustrated to show a possible usage of our proposal.
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Saïd Assar. Estimation of business process system adequacy. BPMDS 2007 : 8th Workshop on Business Process Modeling, Development, and Support, Jun 2007, Trondheim, Norway. pp.385 - 388. ⟨hal-02520476⟩

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