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Business and Technical Scenario Editor and Visualizer
Abh4QT last edited by
Just wanted to add to the list the Qt 5.1.1 based Scenario Editor and Visualizer - Available as Open Source including the architecture and design details and supporting help (chm) files to continue development.
Available directly on Github
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JulienMaille last edited by
Could you kindly explain the purpose of your program?
Abh4QT last edited by
"Your text to link here...":https://www.academia.edu/7001101/Architecture_and_Design_of_Scenario_Editor_and_Player
The tool helps in Scenario Definition and Visualization.
Scenario Visualization is a technique which uses various methods including visuals and animations or videos to explain a certain scene. A scenario is a series of actions and events. industrial information etc. Scenarios canbe business scenarios/use cases and technical scenarios which explain and provides insight into the design.
For example in the case of customer support scenario, the customer requests for support on an issue with a product or service, the support raises issue in system intimates the reference number and redirects to the appropriate field service representative close to the customer location. The field service attends to the call and resolves the issue within the service level agreements. The resolution is also updated in the system and notified to customer support and they might contact customer and take feedback on customer satisfaction
Systems Engineering Organizations like Boeing, Royal Dutch/Shell make use of scenario planning at some stage of their work, sometimes prior to formulating specific strategies, sometimes to collect feedback. Scenario planning may involve aspects of systems thinking. NASA has been heard for using these for explaining their missions to general public.
We need to Step 1: Define a Scenario
Defining a scenario by setting the environment of the various structural aspects of the environment and then defining the sequence or course of actions thereby describing the behavioral model is known as scenario editing. This would require you to create the elements in the canvas, then define the actions and dynamic objects and define an order or sequence of events and then saving this scenario as file/data so that it is available for use later.
We need to Step 2: Play a Scenario
A Scenario when played, first draws the canvas with the defined structural aspects of the environment and then visually using animated objects show the sequence of events and the dynamic objects moving around thereby visually animating all the sequenced actions.