Service Optimization Using Goal-Oriented Modelling in Judicial Domain

  title={Service Optimization Using Goal-Oriented Modelling in Judicial Domain},
  author={Deependra Poudel Sharma and Farzana Haque and Moshiur Bhuiyan and P. W. Chandana Prasad},
  journal={J. Softw.},
The purpose of this research paper is to identify and evaluate the obstacles of service delivery within in judicial domain and examine to what extent it can be improved. This report covers the evaluation of the current service delivery process within judicial domain and identifies the limitation with them. Besides that, it purposes an improved framework to optimize the services within judicial domain. Similarly, i* modelling frame work is used to identify the relationship between various key… 
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