New Mechanism for the Integration of Organizational Requirements and Object Oriented Modeling

Fernanda M. R. AlencarFlávio PedrozaJaelson F. B. CastroRicardo C. O. Amorim

The success of computer applications depends on a good understanding of the organizational environment. Thus, requirement-modeling techniques may be used to help to understand a process in terms of goals, business rules, tasks, resources and the relationship between their actors. We have observed a growing influence of the object-orientation paradigm but the dominant technique of object oriented modeling UML (Unified Modeling Language) is still ill equipped to represent the organizational requirements. So, we have advocated the use of the i* technique to model requirements in terms of the relationships among the several organizational actors, as well as a means for understanding the rationale for the decision-making. In this paper we discuss some improved guidelines for the integration of early and late requirements specifications. We ext end the i * technique so that we establish an order in the execution of the i* task dependency. We are also proposing to extend the prototype tool (GOOD - Goal Object Oriented Development) to support the new guidelines

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