On the Expressiveness of Business Process Modeling Notations for Software Requirements Elicitation
Business process models have proved to be useful for requirements elicitation. Since software development depends on the quality of the requirements specifications, generating high-quality business process models is therefore critical. A key factor for achieving this is the expressiveness in terms of completeness and clarity of the modeling notation for the domain being modeled. The Bunge-Wand-Weber (BWW) representation model is frequently used for assessing the expressiveness of business process modeling notations. This paper presents some propositions to adapt the BWW representation model to allow its application to the software requirements elicitation domain.