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By Anthony Finkelstein (auth.), Haralambos Mouratidis, Colette Rolland (eds.)

This publication constitutes the refereed complaints of the twenty third overseas convention on complicated details platforms Engineering, CAiSE 2011, held in London, united kingdom, in June 2011.

The forty two revised complete papers and five revised brief papers provided have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 320 submissions. In addtion the e-book includes the abstracts of two keynote speeches. The contributions are equipped in topical sections on standards; model and evolution; version transformation; conceptual layout; area particular languages; case reviews and studies; mining and matching; company procedure modelling; validation and caliber; and repair and management.

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Inaccurate estimates. Time and cost estimations are based on the Fit-Gap Worksheet. Due to the inadequate selection of services, the Fit-Gap Worksheet may be incorrect. This results in inaccurate time and cost estimates. Insufficient information for customers. Consultants do not have a deep knowledge of particular service functionality. Therefore, in Sure Step, consultants and customers usually do not discuss the functionality provided by selected services. However, consultants have found that such discussions provide an important input for customers; they even help triggering new customer requirements.

In: 2nd International Symposium on Requirements Engineering (RE 1995), York, England (1995) 12. : A Keyphrase Based Traceability Scheme. IEEE Colloquium on Tools and Techniques for Maintaining Traceability During Design, 2-1-2/4 (1991) 13. : The Missing Link in Requirements Engineering. ACM SigSoft Software Engineering Notes 18(2), 30–39 (1993) 14. : Challenges for semi-automatic trace recovery in the automotive domain. In: Proceedings of the ICSE Workshop on Traceability in Emerging Forms of Software Engineering, TEFSE (2009) 15.

Services completeness ranged from 50% to 80%. On the average consultants identified 62% of the relevant services. Table 1. InsideAx Evaluation Results Web shop Use Case Invent Transfer Use Case Item Arrival Use Case Completeness Web shop Use Case Invent Transfer Use Case Item Arrival Use Case Actual Time (with tool support) Time Estimation (no tool support) Correctness Consultant 1 02:30 01:05 100% 100% 100% 60% 80% 50% Consultant 2 04:00 00:45 100% 100% 100% 60% 60% 66% Consultant 3 04:20 01:20 75% 100% 100% 60% 60% 66% The results reveal that the S3C Solution Explorer enables consultants to discover relevant services in significantly less time than their estimates for service identification without tool support.

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