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Title: D3.1 Use cases, scenarios: guidelines & existing services
Authors: Hensgens, Jan
Van Bruggen, Jan
Spoelstra, Howard
Rusman, Ellen
De Croock, Marcel
Burek, Gaston
Braidman, Isobel
Smithies, Alisdair
Trausan-Matu, Stefan
Rebedea, Traian
Dessus, Philippe
Lemaire, Benoît
Mandin, Sonia
Villiot-Leclercq, Emmanuelle
Zampa, Virginie
Tincheva, Aneliya
Laskova, Laska
Osenova, Petya
Simov, Kiril
Mossel, Eelco
Monachesi, Paola
Posea, Vlad
Keywords: LTfLL
SDM
Scenario-Based Design
Scenario Use Case
Guidelines
Language Technology
language technology tools
Issue Date: 19-Dec-2008
Series/Report no.: LTfLL -2008-212578
Version 1.0
Abstract: Creating common ground is an important element in development processes involving multidisciplinary partners in an innovative project, as is the case in the LTfLL (Language Technologies for Life-long Learning) project. The SDM (Scenario-based Development Method) we adopted provides the means to communicate about the development process with partners. A Use case sets the scene for the problem to be solved, while several scenarios describe the development process, from analysis of the problem to be solved to the validation of the solutions provided. Because the SDM requires discussions with all stakeholders during the development process, it enables us to develop solutions for real world problems. In providing an overview of language technology tools and resources to all partners, we further add to the common ground.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1820/1699
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