- Full Description
Requirements engineering has since long acknowledged the importance of the notion that system requirements are stakeholder goals—rather than system functions—and ought to be elicited, modeled and analyzed accordingly. In this book, Nurcan and her co-editors collected twenty contributions from leading researchers in requirements engineering with the intention to comprehensively present an overview of the different perspectives that exist today, in 2010, on the concept of intention in the information systems community. These original papers honor Colette Rolland for her contributions to this field, as she was probably the first to emphasize that ‘intention’ has to be considered as a first-class concept in information systems engineering. Written by long-term collaborators (and most often friends) of Colette Rolland, this volume covers topics like goal-oriented requirements engineering, model-driven development, method engineering, and enterprise modeling. As such, it is a tour d’horizon of Colette Rolland’s lifework, and is presented to her on the occasion of her retirement at CaISE 2010 in Hammamet, the conference she once cofounded and which she helped to grow and prosper for more than 20 years.
- Table of Contents
Table of Contents
- 1. From sustainable information system with a farandole of models to services (Michel Léonard, Jolita Ralyté).
- 2. On Roles of Models in Information Systems (Arne Solvberg).
- 3. Contemporary challenges in requirements discovery and validation; two case studies in complex environments (Sean Hansen, Kalle Lyytinen).
- 4. Semantic Requirements Engineering (Motoshi Saeki).
- 5. Goal
- based domain modeling as a basis for cross
- disciplinary systems engineering (Matthias Jarke, Hans W. Nissen, Thomas Rose, Dominik Schmitz).
- 6. Intentional alignment and interoperability in inter
- organization information systems (Naveen Prakash).
- 7. Requirements Engineering for Enterprise Systems: What We Know and What We Don’t Know? (Maya Daneva, Roel Wieringa).
- 8. Requirements as Goals and Commitments too (Amit Chopra, John Mylopoulos, Fabiano Dalpiaz, Paolo Giorgini, Munindar P. Singh).
- 9. A Method of Capturing and Reconciling Stakeholder Intentions Based on the Formal Concept Analysis (Mikio Aoyama).
- 10. Fostering the adoption of i* by practitioners: Some challenges and Research Directions (Xavier Franch).
- 11. Rights and intentions in Value Modeling (Paul Johannesson, Maria Bergholtz).
- 12. An intentional perspective on Enterprise Modeling (Janis Bubenko jr., Anne Persson, Janis Stirna).
- 13. A Goal
- Based Approach for Learning in Business Processes (Pnina Soffer, Johny Ghattas, and Mor Peleg).
- 14. Linking Goal
- Oriented Requirements and Model
- Driven Development (Oscar Pastor, Giovanni Giachetti).
- 15. Testing Conceptual Schema Satisfiability (Antoni Olive, Albert Tort).
- 16. A Systematic Approach to Define the Domain of Information System Security Risk Management (Eric Dubois, Patrick Heymans, Nicolas Mayer and Raimundas Matulevičius).
- 17. Methodologies for design of service
- based systems (Barbara Pernici) 18. Quality Assurance in the Presence of Variability (Kim Lauenroth, Andreas Metzger, Klaus Pohl).
- 19. Method Engineering: a service
- oriented approach (Corine Cauvet).
- 20. Collaborative Requirements Engineering: Bridging the Gulfs between Worlds (Alistair Sutcliffe).
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