Telos: Representing Knowledge About Information Systems

@article{Mylopoulos1990TelosRK,
  title={Telos: Representing Knowledge About Information Systems},
  author={John Mylopoulos and Alexander Borgida and Matthias Jarke and Manolis Koubarakis},
  journal={ACM Trans. Inf. Syst.},
  year={1990},
  volume={8},
  pages={325-362}
}
We describe Telos, a language intended to support the development of information systems. The design principles for the language are based on the premise that information system development is knowledge intensive and that the primary responsibility of any language intended for the task is to be able to formally represent the relevent knowledge. Accordingly, the proposed language is founded on concepts from knowledge representations. Indeed, the language is appropriate for representing knowledge… CONTINUE READING
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