RésuméThe improvement of existing systems, organizations or processes becomes more and more difficult. This is mainly due to the fact that their implementation is often based on specifications describing what bas to be achieved by the different entities. The reasons why a given agent is or bas to act in a predefined way are however not represented.
The aim ofthis work is to present a possible way to overcome this problem. The described solution consists in combining two specification frameworks: the Albert II language and the i* framework. The Albert II language, developed at the Facultés Universitaires Notre Dame de la Paix in Namur, allows us to represent what has to be achieved by the agents of a given system. The i* framework developed at the University of Toronto, at its tum, allows us to express why a certain agent is acting in the way it does. The aim of this work also consists in describing the existing links between both frameworks, how the two frameworks may be used together and what are the analyst's advantages ofusing both frameworks.
|la date de réponse||1997|
|Superviseur||Eric DUBOIS (Promoteur)|
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From organizational to system requirements: the debit card purchase case study
Backes, C. (Auteur). 1997
Thèse de l'étudiant: Master types › Master en sciences informatiques