01 Aug #deliverable 1.1 “Report on use cases and system requirements”
The first INTERSECT project deliverable in online! Our “Report on use cases and system requirements“, by Joana Francisco Morgado, Adham Hashibon, Andrea Padovani, Luca Larcher, and Arrigo Calzolari, addresses Task 1.1, “Use cases and architecture”, whose objective is to upscale the design foundations of the IM2D simulation box while implementing European Materials Modelling Ontology (EMMO) semantic interoperability. The design foundations include the integration of the various components including the simulation,
data, and interoperability hubs.
Executive summary: The design foundations of the Interoperable Materials-To-Device (IM2D) simulation box are identified using the agile approach and the registry of user story and application cases are described based on the data collected from the partners. The user stories are extended and the most important specifications to be implemented within the INTERSECT project context are stablished in terms of the personas, features and corresponding user stories.
This analysis is complemented by the EMMC MODA workflow that exposes the most relevant elements involved in the modelling workflows and is used to guide in the development process, particularly, in the ontology development. Based on this analysis, a general view on the system requirements is also presented in terms of rational, risk and mitigation. In summary, work is going as planned no major deviation. The results of this deliverables provides sound input for tasks 1.2 and 1.3.
Info & download: J. F. Morgado, A. Hashibon, A. Padovani, L. Larcher, and A. Calzolari (2019): Report on use cases and system
requirements. Deliverable D1.1 of the H2020 project INTERSECT (final version as of 22/07/2019). EC grant agreement no: 814487, Fraunhofer Gesellschaft Zur Foerderung Der Angewandten Forschung E.V., Freiburg, DE.
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