André Bezerra

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All mammal behaviors and functions exhibit synchronization with environmental rhythms. This is accomplished through an internal mechanism that generates and modulates biological rhythms. The circadian timing system, responsible for this process, is formed by connected neural structures. Pathways receive and transmit environmental cues to the central(More)
In this paper we present some of the lessons learnt when using i* and Tropos in the SCORE 2009 competition (Student Contest on Software Engineering Contest). During the development of the BTW-UFPE Project we had to address several challenges, including: limitations of modeling notation, ensuring the quality of the intentional models, transition from(More)
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