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Guiding goal modeling using scenarios

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3 Author(s)
Rolland, C. ; Centre de Recherche en Inf., Paris I Univ., France ; Souveyet, C. ; Achour, C.B.

Even though goal modeling is an effective approach to requirements engineering, it is known to present a number of difficulties in practice. The paper discusses these difficulties and proposes to couple goal modeling and scenario authoring to overcome them. Whereas existing techniques use scenarios to concretize goals, we use them to discover goals. Our proposal is to define enactable rules which form the basis of a software environment called L'Ecritoire to guide the requirements elicitation process through interleaved goal modeling and scenario authoring. The focus of the paper is on the discovery of goals from scenarios. The discovery process is centered around the notion of a requirement chunk (RC) which is a pair ⟨Goal, Scenario⟩. The paper presents the notion of RC, the rules to support the discovery of RCs and illustrates the application of the approach within L'Ecritoire using the ATM example. It also evaluates the potential practical benefits expected from the use of the approach

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Software Engineering, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 12 )

Date of Publication:

Dec 1998

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