Clear justification of modeling decisions for goal-oriented requirements engineering

@article{Jureta2007ClearJO,
  title={Clear justification of modeling decisions for goal-oriented requirements engineering},
  author={Ivan Jureta and St{\'e}phane Faulkner and Pierre-Yves Schobbens},
  journal={Requirements Engineering},
  year={2007},
  volume={13},
  pages={87-115}
}
Representation and reasoning about goals of an information system unavoidably involve the transformation of unclear stakeholder requirements into an instance of a goal model. If the requirements engineer does not justify why one clear form of requirements is chosen over others, the subsequent modeling decisions cannot be justified either. If arguments for clarification and modeling decisions are instead explicit, justifiably appropriate instances of goal models can be constructed and additional… CONTINUE READING

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