Abstract

Goal models represent interests, intentions, and strategies of different stakeholders in early requirements engineering. When capturing requirements of socio-technical systems, goal models evolve quickly to become large and complex. Hence, understanding and maintaining such goal models become more challenging. Software engineering metric-based approaches have shown good potential in measuring software designs. In this paper, we propose a structural metric to measure actor external dependencies in GRL (Goal-oriented Requirement Language) models. We illustrate our approach by applying our metric to a goal model describing undergraduate students' involvement in research activities.

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Title Measurement of Actor External Dependencies in GRL Models
Authors J. Hassine and M. Alshayeb
Type Conference
Conference/Journal Title iStar 2014
Volume/Number Vol-1157, Paper 22
Editors F. Dalpiaz and J. Horkoff
Publisher CEUR-WS
Month June
Year 2014
Pages 1-6
DOI
Keywords Actor External Dependency (AED), Goal Models, GRL, GQM, jUCMNav
Topic revision: r2 - 14 Aug 2014, DanielAmyot
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