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Towards modelling and reasoning support for early-phase requirements engineering
  • E. Yu
  • Computer Science
  • Proceedings of ISRE '97: 3rd IEEE International…
  • 5 January 1997
TLDR
This paper argues, therefore, that a different kind of modelling and reasoning support is needed for the early phase of requirements engineering. Expand
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Modeling Strategic Relationships for Process Reengineering
  • E. Yu
  • Computer Science
  • Social Modeling for Requirements Engineering
  • 2011
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The Strategic Rationale (SR) model describes the issues and concerns that agents have about existing processes and proposed alternatives, and how they might be addressed. Expand
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Evaluating goal models within the goal‐oriented requirement language
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We use the Goal-oriented Requirement Language (GRL), which is part of the User Requirements Notation (URN). Expand
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From object-oriented to goal-oriented requirements analysis
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The growing influence of object-oriented programming on programming practice and the growing OOA market. Expand
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Security and privacy requirements analysis within a social setting
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We propose a methodological framework for dealing with security and privacy requirements based on i*, an agent-oriented requirements modeling language for agent-based health information systems. Expand
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Understanding "why" in software process modelling, analysis, and design
  • E. Yu, J. Mylopoulos
  • Computer Science
  • Proceedings of 16th International Conference on…
  • 21 May 1994
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This paper presents a model which captures the intentional structure of a software process and its embedding organization, in terms of dependency relationships among actors. Expand
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Social Modeling for Requirements Engineering
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This book describes a modeling approach (called the i* framework) that conceives of software-based information systems as being situated in environments in which social actors relate to each other in terms of goals to be achieved, tasks to be performed, and resources to be furnished. Expand
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Social Modeling and i*
  • E. Yu
  • Computer Science
  • Conceptual Modeling: Foundations and Applications
  • 4 July 2009
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We introduce the i* framework, a framework for social modeling in software and information systems engineering, and present some open research issues. Expand
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Strategic business modeling: representation and reasoning
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We propose an enterprise modeling approach to bridge the business-level understanding of the enterprise with its representations in databases and data warehouses. Expand
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From Non-Functional Requirements to Design through Patterns
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This paper proposes a systematic approach to organising, analysing and refining non-functional requirements, and provides guidance and reasoning support when applying patterns during the design of a software system. Expand
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