Proceedings - 2018 IEEE 26th International Requirements Engineering Conference, RE 2018
Our previous work presented the Evolving Intentions framework, which specified how evolving qualitative goal models can be modeled and analyzed. Recent improvements to the framework allow for precise semantics of goal relationships with propagation of both evidence for and evidence against a goal's satisfaction (as in Tropos), and enables evaluation of evolution with absolute time (in addition to relative time). The reasoning is expressed as a constraint satisfaction problem. In this paper, we present BloomingLeaf, a new web-based tool that implements the new semantics. We showcase how the implementation and architecture of BloomingLeaf can be used to answer time-based questions.
Evolving requirements, Goal oriented requirements engineering (GORE), Tool demo
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Grubb, Alicia M. and Chechik, Marsha, "BloomingLeaf: A Formal Tool for Requirements Evolution Over Time" (2018). Computer Science: Faculty Publications, Smith College, Northampton, MA.