# Training:PhD Course on Computational Ontologies @ University of Bologna 2011/Collaborative eXtreme Design

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 Tutorial Training:PhD Course on Computational Ontologies @ University of Bologna 2011 Collaborative eXtreme Design
Problem:

Students are divided into two groups. Each group is divided in pairs.

One group will work by applying distributed integration, the other group will work by delegating integration to a dedicated pair.

Requirements are organized in customer stories with priority. Each pair develop one story at a time.

Context

A European federation of unions in the medial care field wants to track the activities and members of union groups at hospitals in different European countries. One particular use case is to be able to study what kind of medical research is going on at the different hospitals, and how the nurses and doctors with different backgrounds update their knowledge and continue to learn while practicing at the hospital.

Procedure

Follow the XD methodology. You will receive the stories from the customer (the teachers). Each design pair of each team picks up one story at a time from the customer. The stories are ordered according to priority, and have to be implemented in that order, i.e., all "high-priority" stories have to be covered first, before any "medium-priority" stories are picked up.

Task Collaboratively develop an ontology from a set of customer stories by applying the XD method.

Solutions:

• Distributed integration - wiki pages where design pairs put stories and their associated competency questions ** **

• Integration pair - wiki pages where design pairs put stories and their associated competency questions