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Alfonso Rodríguez Ríos (orcid: 0000-0002-1236-9388)
Alfonso Rodríguez Ríos (orcid: 0000-0002-1236-9388)
Associate Professor of Computer Science and Information Technologies, University of Bio Bio, Chillán
Verified email at ubiobio.cl
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A BPMN extension for the modeling of security requirements in business processes
A Rodríguez, E Fernández-Medina, M Piattini
IEICE transactions on information and systems 90 (4), 745-752, 2007
3892007
Calidad del producto y proceso software
C Calero, M Piattini
178*2010
Semi-formal transformation of secure business processes into analysis class and use case models: an MDA approach
A Rodríguez, IGR de Guzmán, E Fernández-Medina, M Piattini
Information and Software Technology 52 (9), 945-971, 2010
1222010
Towards CIM to PIM transformation: From secure business processes defined in BPMN to use-cases
A Rodríguez, E Fernández-Medina, M Piattini
International Conference on Business Process Management, 408-415, 2007
972007
Systematic literature review of implementations of precision agriculture
I Cisternas, I Velásquez, A Caro, A Rodríguez
Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 176, 105626, 2020
962020
Secure business process model specification through a UML 2.0 activity diagram profile
A Rodríguez, E Fernández-Medina, J Trujillo, M Piattini
Decision Support Systems 51 (3), 446-465, 2011
932011
Authentication schemes and methods: A systematic literature review
I Velásquez, A Caro, A Rodríguez
Information and Software Technology 94, 30-37, 2018
882018
Towards a UML 2.0 extension for the modeling of security requirements in business processes
A Rodríguez, E Fernández-Medina, M Piattini
International Conference on Trust, Privacy and Security in Digital Business …, 2006
852006
Análisis y revisión de la literatura en el contexto de proyectos de fin de carrera: Una propuesta
MAC Gutiérrez, AR Ríos, C Calero, E Fernández-Medina, M Piattini
Revista Sociedad Chilena de Ciencia de la Computación 6 (1), 2005
672005
A BPMN extension for including data quality requirements in business process modeling
A Rodríguez, A Caro, C Cappiello, I Caballero
International Workshop on Business Process Modeling Notation, 116-125, 2012
612012
Security requirement with a UML 2.0 profile
A Rodriguez, E Fernandez-Medina, M Piattini
First International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security …, 2006
512006
Towards obtaining analysis-level class and use case diagrams from business process models
A Rodríguez, E Fernández-Medina, M Piattini
International Conference on Conceptual Modeling, 103-112, 2008
462008
CIM to PIM transformation: A reality
A Rodríguez, E Fernández-Medina, M Piattini
Research and Practical Issues of Enterprise Information Systems II, 1239-1249, 2008
362008
An approach to design business processes addressing data quality issues
C Cappiello, A Caro, A Rodriguez, I Caballero
292013
M-BPSec: a method for security requirement elicitation from a UML 2.0 business process specification
A Rodríguez, E Fernández-Medina, M Piattini
International Conference on Conceptual Modeling, 106-115, 2007
282007
Analysis-level classes from secure business processes through model transformations
A Rodríguez, E Fernández-Medina, M Piattini
International Conference on Trust, Privacy and Security in Digital Business …, 2007
262007
Capturing security requirements in business processes through a UML 2.0 activity diagrams profile
A Rodríguez, E Fernández-Medina, M Piattini
International Conference on Conceptual Modeling, 32-42, 2006
242006
Kontun: A Framework for recommendation of authentication schemes and methods
I Velásquez, A Caro, A Rodríguez
Information and Software Technology 96, 27-37, 2018
182018
Designing Business Processes Able to Satisfy Data Quality Requirements.
A Caro, A Rodriguez, CL Yonke, C Cappiello, I Caballero
ICIQ, 31-45, 2012
142012
Obteniendo Casos de Uso centrados en la Calidad de los Datos desde Procesos de Negocio descritos con BPMN
A Rodríguez, A Caro
Revista Ibérica de Sistemas e Tecnologias de Informação, 65, 2012
112012
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