Goal Driven Requirements Engineering : Evaluation of Current Methods

@inproceedings{Kavakli2003GoalDR,
  title={Goal Driven Requirements Engineering : Evaluation of Current Methods},
  author={E. Kavakli and Pericles Loucopoulos},
  year={2003}
}
In the field of Requirements Engineering, goal modelling approaches have received much attention in recent years by researchers and practitioners alike. In this paper we identify the uses of these approaches in different contexts of requirements analysis phases. We examine goal modelling in terms of five methodological orientations and define a framework for their analysis. Using this framework we evaluate goal modelling in a systematic and consistent manner and reflect on current… CONTINUE READING
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