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The notion of Stakeholder in Requirements Engineering community

Alejandro Oliveros
2014 Requirements Engineering: Foundation for Software Quality  
In the requirements engineering community we found different contents of the notion de "stakeholder".  ...  Is stakeholder notion application domain dependent? The methodology considers analyzing scientific results of de Requirements Engineering scientific community.  ... 
dblp:conf/refsq/Oliveros14 fatcat:mpliidr5ujcudbexjnz4h7pu7u

Information Requirements for Enterprise Systems [chapter]

Ian Sommerville, Russell Lock, Tim Storer
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we discuss an approach to system requirements engineering, which is based on using models of the responsibilities assigned to agents in a multi-agency system of systems.  ...  The responsibility models serve as a basis for identifying the stakeholders that should be considered in establishing the requirements and provide a basis for a structured approach, described here, for  ...  Related work The notion of using models of responsibility to support the requirements engineering process was first suggested by Dobson and Strens [8] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-34059-8_14 fatcat:44ssirhnkbefrfxjxwuyduolwy

Information requirements for enterprise systems [article]

Ian Sommerville, Russell Lock, Tim Storer
2012 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, we discuss an approach to system requirements engineering, which is based on using models of the responsibilities assigned to agents in a multi-agency system of systems.  ...  The responsibility models serve as a basis for identifying the stakeholders that should be considered in establishing the requirements and provide a basis for a structured approach, described here, for  ...  Related work The notion of using models of responsibility to support the requirements engineering process was first suggested by Dobson and Strens [8] .  ... 
arXiv:1209.5246v1 fatcat:jjgi5zc5s5cihcp6c2bnp252sq

Mapping Cognitive Models to Social Semantic Spaces - Collaborative Development of Project Ontologies

Thomas Riechert, Steffen Lohmann
2007 Conference on Social Semantic Web  
Finally, we report about the application of the presented approach in a use case from the egovernment domain.  ...  In this paper, we present an approach that applies concepts from the areas of Social Software and Semantic Web to application development.  ...  with standards of the requirements engineering community [Poh07, HPW98, Lam01] .  ... 
dblp:conf/cssw/RiechertL07 fatcat:d7t2eukyhbgadaymbqq2ckzkeu

Stakeholders on the Prowl

Jane Cleland-Huang
2016 IEEE Software  
Not Just One Onsite Customer In the past decade, the notion of the "onsite customer" has become popular in agile circles.  ...  Requirements engineers working in such projects need to juggle technical, sociological, and psychological hats to systematically discover and unravel requirements from the minds of stakeholders.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ms.2016.45 fatcat:llkixyk2hjftjev3dlzf6blllm

The Meaning of Requirements and Adaptation [article]

Amit K. Chopra
2012 arXiv   pre-print
The traditional understanding of stakeholders requirements is that they express desirable relationships among phenomena in the relevant environment.  ...  of vague requirements, and (iii) make the connection between requirements modeling and the Zave and Jackson sense of engineering.  ...  Let me illustrate this with the help of examples. Example 1: The stakeholder communicates to the engineer that one of r 0 and r 1 must be met.  ... 
arXiv:1209.1551v1 fatcat:rlegzrd4pjgntltc7bxlhdft2y

A comparison of security requirements engineering methods

Benjamin Fabian, Seda Gürses, Maritta Heisel, Thomas Santen, Holger Schmidt
2009 Requirements Engineering  
This conceptual framework establishes a clear-cut vocabulary and makes explicit the interrelations between the different concepts and notions used in security engineering.  ...  Further, we apply our conceptual framework to compare and evaluate current security requirements engineering approaches, such as the Common Criteria, Secure Tropos, SREP, MSRA, as well as methods based  ...  Acknowledgments We thank the anonymous reviewers for their helpful comments and suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00766-009-0092-x fatcat:eaw5fvp2yjbwtpucnk6fzwglmy

Community-Driven Approach to Large-Scaled Ontology Development based on OAM Framework: a Case Study on Life Cycle Assessment

Akkharawoot Takhom, Prachya Boonkwan, Mitsuru Ikeda, Boontawee Suntisrivaraporn, Thepchai Supnithi
2014 Joint International Conference of Semantic Technology  
Our system design addresses three lacks in the traditional ontology development: (1) constructive communication among the relevant stakeholders, (2) consensual endorsement and voting system for concept  ...  for keeping track of the topics.  ...  The authors are grateful to Marut Buranarach for fruitful technical discussions.  ... 
dblp:conf/jist/TakhomBISS14 fatcat:njrf3p2t2fa2fpxkiqe6rngihi

Requirements Engineering for Social Applications

Amit K. Chopra, Paolo Giorgini
2011 International i* Workshop  
The problem is in the intentional nature of i*. The deeper roots though lie in the centralized machine-oriented approach of current requirements engineering approaches.  ...  the earliest phases of software engineering.  ...  Numerous discussions with Munindar Singh, Fabiano Dalpiaz, and John Mylopoulos over the past two years led to the ideas in the paper. Amit Chopra was supported by a Marie Curie Trentino award.  ... 
dblp:conf/istar/ChopraG11 fatcat:x7636kbsz5firhuhhiwxhzvmhq

Revisiting the Core Ontology and Problem in Requirements Engineering

Ivan Jureta, John Mylopoulos, Stephane Faulkner
2008 2008 16th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference  
In their seminal paper in the ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology, Zave and Jackson established a core ontology for Requirements Engineering (RE) and used it to formulate the "requirements  ...  Given that stakeholders of the system-to-be communicate the information needed to perform RE, we show that Zave and Jackson's ontology is incomplete.  ...  Utterances that stakeholders make in communicating with the engineer are actions intended to advance stakeholders' personal desires, intentions, beliefs, and attitudes, in the aim of ensuring that the  ... 
doi:10.1109/re.2008.13 dblp:conf/re/JuretaMF08 fatcat:b6o4l4ipd5enfivcgss2txhbuy

Programming Multiagent Systems without Programming Agents [chapter]

Munindar P. Singh, Amit K. Chopra
2010 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this manner, we show how to treat the programming of a multiagent system as an architectural endeavor, leaving aside the programming of individual agents who might feature in a multiagent system as  ...  Our perspective emphasizes the autonomy and heterogeneity of agents, the components of multiagent systems, and focuses on how to specify their interconnections in terms of high-level protocols.  ...  Acknowledgments Munindar Singh's research was partially supported by a gift from the Intel Research Council.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-14843-9_1 fatcat:c3ia2tftvrca7gkrh2yostoo2q

Towards a general formal framework of Coherence Management in RE

Alexander Borgida, Ivan Jureta, Anna Zamansky
2015 2015 IEEE 23rd International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE)  
These tensions are an important topic of research in Requirements Engineering, and various methods have been proposed for the identification, measurement, and action on logical inconsistency in requirements  ...  In this short communication we outline our research agenda for developing a unified formal framework for the systematization and classification of Coherence Management efforts in the context of RE, as  ...  INTRODUCTION Incoherence of a requirements representation, of a model used in Requirements Engineering (RE), may occur as a result of opposing goals, lack of shared terminology between different stakeholders  ... 
doi:10.1109/re.2015.7320436 dblp:conf/re/BorgidaJZ15 fatcat:q6lf4kexxrh3pgjekorhwnjgra

Beyond Documents: Visualizing Informal Communication

Kurt Schneider, Kai Stapel, Eric Knauss
2008 2008 Requirements Engineering Visualization  
The comparison shows how differences in notations affect the ability to model essential concepts of our approach.  ...  We present a notation for visualizing the flow of requirements, explicitly including both informal and document-based communication.  ...  Visualizing fluid information flowing between stakeholders is difficult in DFDs and requires some violation of DFD modelling rules [18] : • There is no notion of fluid information or flow.  ... 
doi:10.1109/rev.2008.1 fatcat:dyxtwdb2jvfdffzinxr6iigjwa

Deriving Information Requirements from Responsibility Models [chapter]

Ian Sommerville, Russell Lock, Tim Storer, John Dobson
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We argue that, in these cases, behavioural requirements are largely defined by the underlying system and that the goal of the requirements engineering process is to understand the information requirements  ...  of system stakeholders.  ...  Dobson and Strens have also explored the use of responsibilities in requirements engineering [15, 16] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-02144-2_40 fatcat:xdu66hv2yvbzbg2i46nqprhfia

What Happens to Intentional Concepts in Requirements Engineering if Intentional States Cannot Be Known? [chapter]

Ivan J. Jureta
2017 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
I assume in this paper that the proposition "I cannot know your intentional states" is true. I consider its consequences on the use of so-called "intentional concepts" for Requirements Engineering.  ...  In it, intentional concepts have a less prominent role, while notions of time, uncertainty, prediction, observability, evidence, and learning are at the forefront.  ...  The role of the notion of system purpose is in fact critical in RE.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-69904-2_17 fatcat:o6i2hix24jhcfp733x7xf6vhoq
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