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Implementing SysPEM in the context of a citizen data management system engineering

Abstract : Consistency between the different views of a systems engineering process is of vital importance to the industry. It guarantees high-level coordination between the different actors and the absence of compromised data and inaccurate information. In a former work we proposed a two-part solution to this problem named SysPEM (System Process Engineering Metamodel). On one hand, SysPEM offers the needed mechanisms to express the different aspects of an engineering process. On the other hand the solution is equipped with an orchestration engine that allows automating execution control process. The validation we proposed for our solution in our previous papers was limited to a proof of concept and academic qualification through process modeling languages criteria. In order for the solution to be fully qualified a real life case study is of vital importance. In this paper we propose using SysPEM in the case of setting up a digital citizens data management system acquired by territorial provinces and districts in the context of computerizing public administrations.
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Maria Zrikem, Abdeslam Jakjoud, Abderrahmane Ayadi, Claude Baron. Implementing SysPEM in the context of a citizen data management system engineering. Second World Conference on Complex Systems (WCCS 2014), Nov 2014, Agadir, Morocco. ⟨10.1109/ICoCS.2014.7060972⟩. ⟨hal-01883742⟩



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