Goal modeling languages are now an integral part of requirements engineering. They allow for the systematic capture of rationales for stakeholder needs and enable the reasoning about potential system solutions. The goal-oriented Requirement Language (GRL) is both a typical goal modeling language and an international standard, yet it suffers from many shortcomings, akin to deadly sins, that relate to its concrete syntax, semantics, approach to modularity, analysis, and extensibility. Based on 10 years of experience using GRL, we discuss several shortcomings and point to relevant future work areas.

-- DanielAmyot - 23 Jul 2011


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Title Eight Deadly Sins of GRL
Authors G. Mussbacher, D. Amyot, and P. Heymans
Type Conference
Conference/Journal Title 5th International i* Workshop
Volume/Number Vol-766
Editors J. Castro, X. Franch, J. Mylopoulos, E. Yu
Publisher CEUR-WS
Month August
Year 2011
Pages 2-7
Keywords Goal Modeling, GRL, Syntax, Semantics, Modularity, Analysis
Topic revision: r3 - 15 Feb 2012, DanielAmyot
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