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DALTON: a Generic Meta-Model to Support Business Rules and Requirements Engineering in a PLM System

Abstract : This paper deals with the management of business rules and requirements to be integrated to a PLM system during the SE process. It proposes a rule and requirement management process made of four stages: the expression of the rule, the activation of the rule, the application of the rule and the checking of the requirement. To support this process, a generic meta-model is presented. The proposed model is called DALTON for “DAta Linked Through Occurrences Network” because it is based on a data network. The model is validated with a use case taken from the nuclear industry, and algorithms in Java were developped to implement the associated reasoning automating the process of rules and requirements engineering.
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Virginie Fortineau, Asma Talhi, Thomas Paviot, Samir Lamouri. DALTON: a Generic Meta-Model to Support Business Rules and Requirements Engineering in a PLM System. IFAC World Congress - 20th WC 2017™, Jul 2017, Toulouse, France. pp.7272-7277, ⟨10.1016/j.ifacol.2017.08.1397⟩. ⟨hal-03666214⟩

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