In recent years, intentional models have been adapted to capture and analyze compliance needs and requirements. Furthermore, intentional models have been used to identify the impact of regulations on organizational goals by helping to elicit different alternatives about the business operations supported by compliant business processes and services. In other works, intentional models based on measurement-frameworks have provided well-structured models of regulations and compliance alternatives. This paper integrates Goal-Oriented Requirements Language (GRL)-based methodologies with measurement-based methodologies to improve support for comparing regulations sharing the same concerns via the (measurement) objectivity.

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Title Measurement-Oriented Comparison of Multiple Regulations with GRL
Authors A. Rifaut and S. Ghanavati
Type Conference
Conference/Journal Title 5th Int. Workshop on Requirements Engineering and Law (RELAW)
Publisher IEEE CS
Month September
Year 2012
Pages 7-16
DOI 10.1109/RELAW.2012.6347801
Keywords Compliance, GRL, Intentional Models, Measurement, Requirements Engineering
Topic revision: r1 - 16 Mar 2014, DanielAmyot
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