iStarML: principles and implications
Document typeConference report
PublisherCEUR Workshop Proceedings
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iStarML is an XML-based format for enabling i* interoperability. A relevant difference with any other interoperability proposal is that iStarML is founded under the assumption that there is not a common ontology guiding this communication proposal. The different i* variants and even particular applications proposing new language constructors forced to confront a theoretical approach for supporting an interoperability approach in an evolving and variable semantic scenario. In this paper we focused on the theories behind the iStarML proposal, which include sociological, cybernetics and linguistics approaches. Finally, we apply what these theories predict to the case of the i* framework and its research community.
CitationCares, C.; Franch, J. iStarML: principles and implications. A: International i* Workshop. "iStar 2011: proceedings of the 5th International i* workshop: 29-30th August, 2011, Trento, Italy". Trento: CEUR Workshop Proceedings, 2011, p. 8-13.