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000112298 245__ $$aWhere do Goals Come From: the Underlying Principles of Goal-Oriented Requirements Engineering
000112298 269__ $$a2005
000112298 260__ $$c2005
000112298 336__ $$aConference Papers
000112298 520__ $$aGoal is a widely used concept in requirements engineering methods. Several kinds of goals, such as achievement, maintenance and soft goals, have been defined in these methods. These methods also define heuristics for the identification of organizational goals that drive the requirements process. In this paper, we propose a set of principles that explain the nature of goal-oriented behavior. These principles are based on regulation mechanisms as defined in general systems thinking and cybernetics. We use these principles to analyze the existing definitions of these different kinds of goals and to propose more precise definitions. We establish the commonalities and differences between these kinds of goals, and propose extension for goal identification heuristics.
000112298 700__ $$0243384$$g113300$$aRegev, Gil
000112298 700__ $$aWegmann, Alain$$g112464$$0241922
000112298 7112_ $$d29 Aug.-2 Sept. 2005$$cParis, France$$a13th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE’05)
000112298 773__ $$t13th IEEE International Conference on Requirements Engineering, 2005$$q353-362
000112298 8564_ $$uhttps://infoscience.epfl.ch/record/112298/files/Regev%20Wegmann%20RE05.pdf$$zn/a$$s255371
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