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Requirements engineering model: Role based goal oriented model

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Requirements engineering approach through intentional perspective is one of the arguments that appear in the field of requirement engineering. That approach can explain the characteristics of the behavior of an actor. The usage Goal Based Workflow and KAOS method in iStar modeling might help the system analyst to gain knowledge about the internal process inside each of actor sequentially, such that the whole sequential activity to achieve the goal are exposed clearly in those actor's internal process. The adoption of the concept of the role of RACI diagram on Role Based Goal Oriented Model system analyst gain complete knowledge about requirements of actor who involve in a system. System analyst might also distinguish the dependency between each actor in each process. Those dependencies are exhibited in strategic dependency model. In addition, the internal activities of the actor are also shown in strategic rationale model.




Sandfreni, S., & Surendro, I. K. (2016). Requirements engineering model: Role based goal oriented model. In MATEC Web of Conferences (Vol. 52). EDP Sciences.

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