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Social modeling for requirements engineering
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The i* framework aims to offer a modeling approach to the relationships embedded in computer systems that is part of an engineering method that offers systematic techniques and tools providing smooth linkages to the rest of the system development process, including system design and implementation.
Abstract - Authors - Cited By. A novel perspective on requirements engineering, founded on social concepts and strategic analysis of relationships among social actors.
The book includes Eric Yu's original proposal for the i* framework as well as research that applies, adapts, extends, or evaluates the social modeling concepts and approach. 1 Social Modeling for Requirements Engineering: An Introduction. Eric Yu, Paolo Giorgini, Neil Maiden, and John Mylopoulos. Information technology can be. Social Modeling for Requirements Engineering (Information Systems): Eric Yu, Paolo Giorgini, Neil Maiden, John Mylopoulos, Florian Matthes, Michael P.
Results 1 - 25 of 30 Social Modeling for Requirements Engineering This publication is an Open Access only journal. Open Access provides unrestricted online. SOCIAL MODELING FOR REQUIREMENTS ENGINEERING edited by Eric Yu, Paolo Giorgini, Neil Maiden, and John Mylopoulos. The MIT Press. Cambridge. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Information technology can be used in innumerable ways and has great.
Social Modelling for Requirements Engineering presents and builds on the i* framework modelling methodology proposed by Eric Yuan, Associate Professor at. inadequate for social modeling. Recent work in goal modeling in requirements engineering (e.g., [ ][ 96]) have developed intentional modeling ontologies.
terms of concepts) for the modeling of social applications. i* has had considerable success in the requirements engineering community, and researchers are.