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A great variety of techniques for analyzing goal models in requirements engineering have been proposed in recent years. Approaches include propagating goal satisfaction values, computing metrics over models, finding acceptable models using planning algorithms, simulating model behavior, and checking formal properties over a model. From a practical viewpoint, this diversity creates a barrier for widespread adoption of such techniques. Recognizing the lack of guidance to the literature and how to choose among these techniques, this paper offers a first attempt to organize this body of knowledge and suggest initial guidelines on choice of techniques to meet users' analysis objectives.

-- Daniel Amyot - 06 Jul 2011


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Title Analyzing Goal Models – Different Approaches and How to Choose Among Them
Authors J. Horkoff, E. Yu
Type Conference
Conference/Journal Title 2011 ACM Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC)
Publisher ACM
Month March
Year 2011
Pages 675-682
DOI 10.1145/1982185.1982334
Keywords Goal-Oriented Requirements Engineering, Model Analysis, i*, GRL, Evaluation
Topic revision: r1 - 06 Jul 2011 - 09:43:04 - Daniel Amyot
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