Abstract

Goal modeling is an important part of various types of activities such as requirements engineering, business management, and compliance assessment. The Goal-oriented Requirement Language is a standard and mature goal modeling language supported by the jUCMNav tool. However, recent ap-plications of GRL to a regulatory context highlighted several analysis issues and limitations whose resolutions are urgent, and also likely applicable to other languages and tools. This paper investigates issues related to the computation of strategy and model differences, the management of complexity and uncertainty, sensitivity analysis, and various domain-specific considerations. For each, a solution is proposed, implemented in jUCMNav, and illustrated through simple examples. These solutions greatly increase the analysis capabilities of GRL and jUCMNav in order to handle real problems.

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Title Towards Advanced Goal Model Analysis with jUCMNav
Authors D. Amyot, A. Shamsaei, J. Kealey, E. Tremblay, A. Miga, G. Mussbacher, M. Alhaj, R. Tawhid, E. Braun, and N. Cartwright
Type Conference
Conference/Journal Title 4th International Workshop on Requirements, Intentions and Goals in Conceptual Modeling (RIGiM 2012)
Volume/Number LNCS 7518
Editors S. Castano, P. Vassiliadis, L.V. Lakshmanan, and M.L. Lee
Publisher Springer
Month October
Year 2012
Pages 201-210
DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-33999-8_25
Keywords Analysis, Goal-oriented Requirement Language, jUCMNav, strategies, tool support, User Requirements Notation, visualization
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RIGIM2012-Paper8.pdfpdf RIGIM2012-Paper8.pdf manage 463 K 12 Jun 2013 - 13:05 DanielAmyot Pre-publication version
RIGIM-Workshop2012.pptxpptx RIGIM-Workshop2012.pptx manage 696 K 12 Jun 2013 - 13:05 DanielAmyot Presentation
Topic revision: r2 - 12 Jun 2013, DanielAmyot
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