Universitat Politecnica de Valencia
Enterprise information systems can be developed following a model-driven paradigm. This way, models that represent the organizational work practice are used to produce models that represent the information system. Current software development methods are starting to provide guidelines for the construction of conceptual models, taking as input requirements models. This paper proposes the integration of two methods: communication Analysis (a communication-oriented requirements engineering method) and the OO-Method (a model-driven object-oriented software development method). For this purpose, a systematic technique for deriving class diagrams from business process models is proposed.