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Evaluating goal models within the goal‐oriented requirement language
In this article, we introduce the application of rigorous analysis procedures to goal models to provide several benefits beyond the initial act of modeling. Such analysis can allow modelers to assessExpand
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Introduction to the User Requirements Notation: learning by example
Recognizing the need for a notation that would be used in the very first and often informal stages of the development cycle, the International Telecommunication Union (ITU-T) initiated a question onExpand
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Analysing the Cognitive Effectiveness of the BPMN 2.0 Visual Notation
BPMN 2.0 is an OMG standard and one of the leading process modelling notations. Although the current language specification recognises the importance of defining a visual notation carefully, it doesExpand
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Strategic business modeling: representation and reasoning
Business intelligence (BI) offers tremendous potential for business organizations to gain insights into their day-to-day operations, as well as longer term opportunities and threats. However, most ofExpand
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User Requirements Notation: The First Ten Years, The Next Ten Years (Invited Paper)
The User Requirements Notation (URN), standardized by the International Telecommunication Union in 2008, is used to model and analyze requirements with goals and scenarios. This paper describes theExpand
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Research Paper: A Globally Optimal k-Anonymity Method for the De-Identification of Health Data
BACKGROUND Explicit patient consent requirements in privacy laws can have a negative impact on health research, leading to selection bias and reduced recruitment. Often legislative requirements toExpand
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Business process management with the user requirements notation
A number of recent initiatives in both academia and industry have sought to achieve improvements in e-businesses through the utilization of Business Process Management (BPM) methodologies and tools.Expand
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The Relevance of Model-Driven Engineering Thirty Years from Now
Although model-driven engineering (MDE) is now an established approach for developing complex software systems, it has not been universally adopted by the software industry. In order to betterExpand
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A Lightweight GRL Profile for i* Modeling
The i* framework is a popular conceptual modeling language for capturing and analyzing socio-technical motivation and properties of complex systems in terms of actors, their intentions, and theirExpand
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Business Process Monitoring and Alignment: An Approach Based on the User Requirements Notation and Business Intelligence Tools
Monitoring business activities using Business Intelligence (BI) tools is a well-established concept. However, online process monitoring is an emerging area which helps organizations not only plan forExpand
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