Abstract

Web applications have become integral to our lives and there is a lot of emphasis on developing high quality web applications which capture the stakeholder’ goals very closely. Web engineers mostly focus on design aspects only, overlooking the real goals and expectations of the users. Goal oriented Requirement Engineering is a popular approach for Information system development but has not been explored much for Web applications. Goal driven requirements analysis helps in capturing stakeholders’ goals very finely, they enhance the requirements analysis in many ways, as the requirement clarification and the conflicts between requirements can be detected early and design alternatives can be evaluated and selected to suit the requirements. In this paper, we take a step from the requirements phase to the design phase. While adhering to the web based goal oriented requirements engineering in the first phase we move to the A-OOH design models using a model transformation strategy to derive web specific design models supported by a UML profile. This helps in seamlessly generating the web specific design models namely the content, navigation, presentation, business process and adaptivity models. The model transformation approach aims at automatic transformation of the repeatedly refined and resolved alternatives presented by us in the GOREWEB framework as an output to the design models supported by a UML profile. This would lead to a better design and high quality of product development which captures the stakeholders’ goals very closely.

-- DanielAmyot - 16 Mar 2014

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Title Model Transformation Approach for a Goal Oriented Requirements Engineering based WebGRL to Design Models
Authors S. Srivastava
Type Journal
Conference/Journal Title International Journal of Soft Computing and Engineering (IJSCE)
Volume/Number 2(6)
Editors
Publisher Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering & Sciences
Month January
Year 2014
Pages 66-75
DOI
Keywords Goal Oriented Requirements Engineering, GOREWEB, Model transformation, UML Profile, URN, Web Engineering
Topic revision: r1 - 16 Mar 2014, DanielAmyot
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