Using contextual goal models for constructing situational methods
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ProjectOPENREQ - Intelligent Recommendation Decision Technologies for Community-Driven Requirements Engineering (EC-H2020-732463)
Situation and intention are two fundamental notions in situational method engineering (SME). They are used to assess the context of an ISD project and to specify method requirements in this context. They also allow defining the goals of the method chunks and the conditions under which they can be applied. In this way, the selection and assembly of method chunks for a particular ISD project is driven by matching situational method requirements to method chunks’ goals and context descriptions. In this paper we propose the use of contextual goal models for supporting all SME steps. Our approach is based on iStar2.0 modeling language that we extend with contextual annotations.
CitationRalyté, J.; Franch, X. Using contextual goal models for constructing situational methods. A: International Conference on Conceptual Modeling. "Conceptual Modeling, 37th International Conference, ER 2018: Xi'an, China, October 22–25, 2018: proceedings". Cham: Springer, 2018, p. 440-448.
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