Using measures to improve i* models for automatic interoperability in model-driven development processes
Document typeConference report
PublisherUniversidade da Coruña
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The use of requirement modeling approaches in model-driven development (MDD) is a relevant topic that has received special attention during the last years. However, there still are several issues that must be taken into account to obtain a sound interoperability of requirement models in MDD processes. Among these, the generation of appropriate input artifacts for model compilation processes from the requirement artifacts defined is a key aspect to be faced. In this paper, we tackle this issue with an approach for the definition of specific measures that are used to verify i* models for the automatic interoperability with MDD processes. From the definition and execution of these verification measures, relevant information for identifying and fixing i* interoperability issues is obtained. From the improved i* models, initial MDDmodels can be automatically generated, which guarantees the completeness of the obtained software models in relation to the requirement specification.
CitationGiachetti, G. [et al.]. Using measures to improve i* models for automatic interoperability in model-driven development processes. A: Jornadas de Ingeniería del Software y Bases de Datos. "JISBD 2011: XVI Jornadas de Ingeniería del Software y Bases de Datos: A Coruña, 5–7 de Septiembre de 2011". A Coruña: 2011, p. 839-852.