Abstract: One of the effective ways of the representation and analysis of the high level-purposes and business
requirements to the information program system is modelling of a context of the system functioning – the
organization which is automated by software creation and implementation. With this aim the domain specific
language in the form of a UML profile for business modelling, where the basis is the systemological approach
“Unit – Function – Object”, is defined. The profile allows to create syntactically correct UML models of business
and to provide simplicity of the description of the dependences between them and UML models of the program
system. Profile implementation, instruments of verification of syntax a business model and its transformation into
a software model is fulfilled in a CASE tool for UML modelling.
Keywords: Business Modelling, Unified Modelling Language - UML, Systemology, Systemological Approach
“Unit – Function – Object” (UFO-approach), UML profile, Requirements, Model Driven Architecture - MDA.
ACM Classification Keywords: D.2 Software Engineering, D.2.1 Requirements/Specifications – Languages.
SYSTEMOLOGICAL BUSINESS MODELLING
FOR INFORMATION SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT
Mikhail Bondarenko, Nikolay Slipchenko, Kateryna Solovyova,
Olexiy Ukrayinets, Larysa Vinogradova