Improving the Assesment of Advanced Planning Systems by Including Optimization Experts' Knowledge

Vidoni, M, Montagna, J and Vecchietti, A 2017, 'Improving the Assesment of Advanced Planning Systems by Including Optimization Experts' Knowledge', in Slimane Hammoudi; Michal Smialek; Olivier Camp and Joaquim Filipe (ed.) Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems (ICEIS 2017: Volume 2), Porto, Portugal, 26-29 April 2017, pp. 510-517.


Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: Conference Papers

Title Improving the Assesment of Advanced Planning Systems by Including Optimization Experts' Knowledge
Author(s) Vidoni, M
Montagna, J
Vecchietti, A
Year 2017
Conference name ICEIS 2017: Volume 2
Conference location Porto, Portugal
Conference dates 26-29 April 2017
Proceedings title Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems (ICEIS 2017: Volume 2)
Editor(s) Slimane Hammoudi; Michal Smialek; Olivier Camp and Joaquim Filipe
Publisher SciTePress
Place of publication Setúbal, Portugal
Start page 510
End page 517
Total pages 8
Abstract Advanced Planning Systems (APS) are core for many production companies that require the optimization of its operations using applications and tools such as planning, scheduling, logistic, among others. Because of this, process optimization experts are required to develop those models and, therefore, are stakeholders for this system's domain. Since the core of the APSs are models to improve the company performance, the knowledge of this group of stakeholders can enhance the APS architecture evaluation. However, methods available for this task require participants with extensive Software Engineering (SE) understanding. This article proposes a modification to ATAM (Architecture Trade-off Analysis Method) to include process optimization experts during the evaluation. The purpose is to create an evaluation methodology centred on what these stakeholders value the most in an APS, to capitalize their expertise on the area and obtain valuable information and assessment regarding the APS, model s and solvers interoperability.
Subjects Software Engineering
Keyword(s) Architecture Evaluation
Advanced Planning Systems (APS)
Process Optimization
Architecture Trade-off Analysis Method (ATAM).
DOI - identifier 10.5220/0006362005100517
Copyright notice Copyright © 2017 by SCITEPRESS Science and Technology Publications, Lda. All rights reserved
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