GRAnD: A goal-oriented approach to requirement analysis in data warehouses

@article{Giorgini2008GRAnDAG,
  title={GRAnD: A goal-oriented approach to requirement analysis in data warehouses},
  author={P. Giorgini and S. Rizzi and Maddalena Garzetti},
  journal={Decis. Support Syst.},
  year={2008},
  volume={45},
  pages={4-21}
}
Several surveys indicate that a significant percentage of data warehouses fail to meet business objectives or are outright failures. One of the reasons for this is that requirement analysis is typically overlooked in real projects. In this paper we propose GRAnD, a goal-oriented approach to requirement analysis for data warehouses based on the Tropos methodology. Two different perspectives are integrated for requirement analysis: organizational modeling, centered on stakeholders, and decisional… Expand
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