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000176415 245__ $$aREGULATION, THE INVISIBLE PART OF THE GOAL ORIENTED REQUIREMENTS ENGINEERING ICEBERG
000176415 269__ $$a2011
000176415 260__ $$bSciTePress$$c2011
000176415 336__ $$aConference Papers
000176415 520__ $$aGoal-Oriented Requirements Engineering (GORE) is considered to be one of the main achievements that the requirements of the Requirements Engineering field has produced since its inception. Several GORE methods were designed in the last twenty years in both research and industry. Curiously, GORE methods seem to have emerged out of nowhere in the early 1990s, the concept of Goal appearing as a natural element in explaining human and organizational behaviour. We have found no theoretical or philosophical work that explicitly link GORE to an underlying organizational model. In this paper, we show that most GORE methods are implicitly based on the goal-seeking, decision making organizational model. We argue that there are other organizational models that may better explain human behaviour, albeit at the expense of more complex models. We present one such alternative model that explains individual and organizational survival through continuous regulation. We give our point of view of the changes needed in GORE methods to support this alternative view through the use of maintenance goals and beliefs.
000176415 6531_ $$aGoals
000176415 6531_ $$aRequirements
000176415 6531_ $$aRegulation
000176415 6531_ $$aSurvival
000176415 6531_ $$aSystems
000176415 6531_ $$anorms
000176415 6531_ $$abeliefs
000176415 700__ $$0243384$$aRegev, Gil$$g113300
000176415 700__ $$0241922$$aWegmann, Alain$$g112464
000176415 7112_ $$aFirst International Symposium on Business Modeling and Software Design$$cSofia, Bulgaria$$dJuly 27 – 28, 2011
000176415 773__ $$q42-50$$tProceedings of the First International Symposium on Business Modeling and Software Design
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