Abstract

Precision in goal models can be enhanced using quantitative rather than qualitative scales. Selecting appropriate values is however often difficult, especially when groups of stakeholders are involved. This paper identifies and compares generic and domain-specific group decision approaches for selecting quantitative values in goal models. It then reports on the use of two approaches targeting quantitative contributions, actor importance, and indicator definitions in the Goal-oriented Requirement Language. The approaches have been deployed in two independent branches of the Canadian government.

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Title Creating Quantitative Goal Models: Governmental Experience
Authors O. Akhigbe, M. Alhaj, D. Amyot, O. Badreddin, E. Braun, N. Cartwright, G. Richards, G. Mussbacher
Type Conference
Conference/Journal Title 33rd International Conference on Conceptual Modeling
Volume/Number
Editors
Publisher LNCS, Springer
Month October
Year 2014
Pages
DOI
Keywords AHP, Compliance, Contributions, Decision Making, Enterprise Architecture, GRL, Indicators, Quantitative Values.
Topic revision: r1 - 14 Aug 2014, DanielAmyot
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