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Despite the large body of i* research, there has been comparatively little work on how goal-modelling techniques can help identify usability concerns. Recent work has considered how goal models might better integrate with User-Centered Design. This paper takes an alternative perspective by examining how work in User-Centered Design, speci cally Persona Cases, can be re-framed as goal models.We briefly describe an approach for doing this, and present some preliminary results from applying this approach using the Goal-oriented Requirements Language
and existing tool support.

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Title Bridging User-Centered Design and Requirements Engineering with GRL and Persona Cases
Authors S. Faily
Type Conference
Conference/Journal Title 5th International i* Workshop
Volume/Number Vol-766
Editors J. Castro, X. Franch, J. Mylopoulos, E. Yu
Publisher CEUR
Month August
Year 2011
Pages 114-119
DOI
Keywords User-Centered Design, Persona Case, CAIRIS, HCI,Goal-oriented Requirement Language, jUCMNav
Topic revision: r1 - 15 Feb 2012, DanielAmyot
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