SBVR Made Easy by Rob van Haarst

SBVR Made Easy

Book Title: SBVR Made Easy

Publisher: ConceptualHeaven

ISBN: 9090279334

Author: Rob van Haarst

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About This Book

SBVR Made Easy looks at Business Vocabulary and Business Rules in a projects context, a business operation context and a knowledge exchange context.

Every organisation has a body of terms and definitions: its business vocabulary. It also has business rules that take their meaning and structure directly from this underlying vocabulary.

You can reveal your business vocabulary and rules in an internationally recognised and standardised fashion using the Semantics of Business Vocabulary and Rules (SBVR), the formal specification by the Object Management Group (OMG). This will dramatically increase the quality of your software requirements, process designs, internal work instructions and communication with partners.

This book offers an easy-to-read summary of SBVR's most important ideas. Practical tips for creating specification products and measuring their quality make the standard accessible to a wider audience. A critical assessment of SBVR's strengths and weaknesses is also included. This will be of special interest to the more seasoned business analyst.

Subjects Covered

Introduction to the field:

  • Introduction to SBVR
  • Building a business case for SBVR
  • Finding a method for creating business vocabularies and rules

Business modelling using:

  • Terms and definitions
  • Business rules
  • Concept structure
  • Vocabulary organisation

SBVR deliverables:

  • SBVR products
  • How to present business meaning to your audience
  • Quality assessment of SBVR models
  • Example document style

SBVR in perspective:

  • Processes
  • Data
  • Requirements
  • Related initiatives: BPMN, Decision Analysis, Enterprise Ontology, Semantic Web

Reference Guide:

  • Help with conceptual modelling issues
  • Vocalisation of SBVR specification statements
  • Metamodel constraints
  • Guide to colour-coding