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We combine a simplified version of a traditional goal model, the Goal-oriented Requirements Language (GRL), with ideas from argumentation on schemes for practical reasoning into a new framework (RationalGRL ... RationalGRL provides a formal semantics and tool support to capture the discussions and outcomes of the argumentation process that leads to a goal model. ... In order to solve these problems, we present RationalGRL: a framework for integrated goal modeling and argumentation. ...doi:10.3233/aac-200527 fatcat:cyyn47bnmfhj3b2timi4v3mjqq
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
To better integrate goal models and their rationalization, we develop the RationalGRL framework, in which argument diagrams can be mapped to goal models. ... We develop an interface between the argument web tools OVA and TOAST and the Eclipse-based tool for GRL called jUCMNav. We demonstrate our methodology with a case study from the Schiphol Group. ... RationalGRL also provides tool support for argumentation, i.e. Argument Web toolset, to which OVA belongs  , and for goal modeling, i.e. jUCMNav  . ...doi:10.1007/978-3-319-46397-1_43 fatcat:rt7upw5g3rbudokda43fcpe3tq
To address this, we have developed the RationalGRL framework. RationalGRL combines techniques for formal argumentation from artificial intelligence with goal modeling in GRL. ... In this paper we discuss the methodology for RationalGRL, which consists of two processes, goal modeling and argumentation, that can be done interchangeably. We motivate our approach with an example. ... The RationalGRL framework is similar to GAM in that it also provides a translation between formal arguments and GRL models. ...dblp:conf/istar/GhanavatiZB17 fatcat:xdxwi6z3crckfm5tjhunyqypuq