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D3.1 – TheFSM Open Reference Architecture

Authors: Danai Vergeti; Iosif Angelidis; Dimitris Ntalaperas;

D3.1 – TheFSM Open Reference Architecture

Abstract

The purpose of the deliverable D3.1 “TheFSM Open Reference Architecture” is to deliver the user requirements and the technical requirements of TheFSM, as well as to deliver the first version of the conceptual architecture of the TheFSM platform. In order to define the user and technical requirements in a solid manner, requirements identification and elicitation approach is adopted that is based on Agile development methodology. The adopted agile development methodology describes the agile processes, instruments, roles and methods that are adopted in all the phases of the development of TheFSM platform. This methodology defines User Stories definition with the appropriate guidelines and the additional information included within these User Stories. Moreover, it dictates the requirements definition in terms of key characteristics and requirements classification. Additionally, the TheFSM stakeholders and their interactions with the platform is clearly defined. Following this methodology, the User Stories, that are stemming directly from the domain experts and end users partners of the project, are generated from D1.1 and contain a high-level description of the excepted behaviour of all sub-systems of the platform from the end-user perspective. Following the User Stories collection, the user requirements are extracted ensuring their compliance with the requirements characteristics defined in the methodology. The extracted user requirements are classified into the functional and the non-functional requirements of the platform and are utilised in the technical requirements definition that will drive the design and implementation of the platform. A comprehensive analysis of the user requirements provided the concrete and solid technical requirements which are provided as input in the design and specification definition of the components that will be integrated in TheFSM platform. The list of elicited requirements constitutes the complete requirements backlog of the platform that will be maintained during the project implementation in order to guide all development tasks. These technical requirements are thoroughly analysed in order to provide the first version of the conceptual architecture of TheFSM platform. This architecture is designed in a modular manner and is composed by a set of key components with distinct roles and scope towards the aim of providing the envisioned platform features and that address the stakeholders’ needs as expressed into the identified technical requirements. For each component, a comprehensive description of the design and functionalities is documented ensuring that it addresses a specific set of technical requirements from the list of the technical requirements. The current deliverable presents the first version of TheFSM conceptual architecture, as well as the user and technical requirements. However, the design of the architecture is a living and iterative process that will last until M36 as per the Description of Action. Thus, D3.1 constitutes a living document that will include the updates that will be based on further identified functional requirements translated into technical requirements, originating mainly from the evaluation and feedback received from the pilot partners, and that will introduce updates and refinements in TheFSM architecture and will be presented in the upcoming versions of this deliverable.

Keywords

food safety, certification, big data, standards

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