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Title: REAL-TIME SYSTEM USING THE BEHAVIORAL PATTERNS ANALYSIS (BPA) Approach:The Train Traffic Management System (TTMS)

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Title:
REAL-TIME SYSTEM USING THE BEHAVIORAL PATTERNS ANALYSIS (BPA) Approach:The Train Traffic Management System (TTMS)
Author Name:
Dr. Assem El-Ansary, CEO Ass.Prof. M.M.Elgazzar
Abstract:
This paper illustrates the event-oriented Behavioral Pattern Analysis (BPA) modeling approach using the Train Traffic Management System. In BPA, events are considered the primary objects of the world model. Events are more effective alternatives to use cases in modeling and understanding the functional requirements. The Event defined in BPA is a real-life conceptual entity that is unrelated to any implementation. The BPA Behavioral Patterns are temporally ordered according to the sequence of the real world events. The major contributions of this research are:  The Behavioral Pattern Analysis (BPA) modeling methodology.  Validation of the hypothesis that the Behavioral Pattern Analysis (BPA) modeling methodology is a more effective alternative to Use Case Analysis (UCA) in modeling the functional requirements of Human-Machine Safety-Critical Real-time Systems.  The development of an interactive software tool (DECISION), which is based on a combination of the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) and the ELECTRE Multi-Criteria Decision Making (MCDM) methods. The DECISION software tool was used to process the assessment results of the case studies. Key words: analysis, modeling methodology, software modeling, event-oriented, behavioral pattern, use cases.
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