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Tropos: An Agent-Oriented Software Development Methodology
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We introduce and motivate a methodology, called Tropos, which allows us to exploit all the flexibility provided by AOP. Expand
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Towards requirements-driven information systems engineering: the Tropos project
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We propose a software development methodology named Tropos which is founded on concepts used to model early requirements, architectural and detailed design. Expand
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Representing and Using Nonfunctional Requirements: A Process-Oriented Approach
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A comprehensive framework for representing and using nonfunctional requirements during the development process is proposed. Expand
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Telos: representing knowledge about information systems
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We describe Telos, a language intended to support the development of information systems. Expand
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On the Move to Meaningful Internet Systems
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Software Engineering for Self-Adaptive Systems: A Second Research Roadmap
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The goal of this roadmap paper is to summarize the state-of-the-art and identify research challenges when developing, deploying, managing and managing self-adaptive software systems. 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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Specifying and analyzing early requirements in Tropos
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We present a framework that supports the formal verification of early requirements specifications that are by no means trivial to discover without the help of formal analysis tools. 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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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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