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Archive for January 2008

UMM meets e3value

The e3value methodology

As part of the public lectures in electronic commerce Jaap Gordijn from the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam presented the e3value methodology which has been developed by him. The e3value methodology helps the modeler to understand value flows between business partners. More information, academic work and tools around e3value can be found on the e3value website.

e3value will also be part of our upcoming project called BSopt (Business Semantics on top of Process Technology) starting 1st of March 2008. Stay tuned for more information!

New UMM Journal Publication

The paper entitled “Modeling eGovernment processes with UMM” has been accepted for publication in the Informatica Journal as part of a special issue dedicated to eGovernment research.

First UMM 2.0 example model available

A first UMM 2.0 example model (Order From Quote) as it will be used in the UMM 2.0 specification is available. Please see the Example Models section for more details.

The example model already uses the new stereotypes as defined in the UMM 2.0 meta model. An example for the new package structure using the new stereotypes is given below.

Business Requirements View


Business Choreography View


Business Information View using the UML Profile for Core Components