Techne: Towards a New Generation of Requirements Modeling Languages with Goals, Preferences, and Inconsistency Handling

@article{Jureta2010TechneTA,
  title={Techne: Towards a New Generation of Requirements Modeling Languages with Goals, Preferences, and Inconsistency Handling},
  author={Ivan Jureta and Alexander Borgida and Neil A. Ernst and John Mylopoulos},
  journal={2010 18th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference},
  year={2010},
  pages={115-124}
}
Techne is an abstract requirements modeling language that lays formal foundations for new modeling languages applicable during early phases of the requirements engineering process. During these phases, the requirements problem for the system-to-be is being structured, its candidate solutions described and compared in terms of how desirable they are to stakeholders. We motivate the need for Techne, introduce it through examples, and sketch its formalization. 
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