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Goals analysis bases on goals identification and refinement processes to guide software development. In some cases, goals are explicitly formulated, in others cases goals are underlying inside organizational actors' needs. Different goals may be expressed in different levels of abstraction; it leads to decomposition in sub-goals for treatment of complexity. This research proposes a model for organizational context definition as a tool to support requirements engineers to understand the organizational elements and their relationships and, also, drive goals analysis. The proposed model states different levels of abstraction and links goals with specific organizational elements and contribute with the refinement. In this work, the foremost Goal-oriented Requirements Engineering techniques are explicated, including their refinement approach and their applicability for goals analysis expressed in different levels of abstraction.

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Title Goal oriented techniques and methods: Goal refinement and levels of abstraction (in Spanish)
Authors H.M. Delgado, F. Losavio, A. Matteo
Type Conference
Conference/Journal Title XXXIX Latin American Computing Conference (CLEI 2013)
Publisher IEEE CS
Month October
Year 2012
Pages 1-12
DOI 10.1109/CLEI.2013.6670631
Keywords Requirement engineering; goal; context analysis, i*, GRL, URN
Topic revision: r1 - 16 Mar 2014 - 13:33:20 - Daniel Amyot
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