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Executable Use Cases for Pervasive Healthcare

By Jens Bæk Jørgensen and Claus Bossen

Abstract

Using a pervasive healthcare system as example, a new approach to specification of user requirements for pervasive IT systems is presented. A formal modelling language, Coloured Petri Nets, is applied to describe what we call Executable Use Cases, EUCs. EUCs are precise, detailed, and executable descriptions of future work processes and their computer support. In particular, EUCs allow user requirements specifications to take the frequently changing context of the users, e.g. their location and equipment in possession, into account

Topics: systems, context
Year: 2002
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