Norms and Law

Requirements engineering is the critical phase of the software engineering process, where complex, heterogeneous human needs, together with environmental constraints have to be captured and translated into system requirements. Normative i* is an approach that deals with the problmes and challenges related to the requirements analysis in this kind of environments.

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Siena, A.; Mylopoulos, J.; Perini, A.; Susi, A.Designing Law-Compliant Software Requirements.ER 20092009DownloadDetails
Siena, A.Engineering Normative Requirements.First IEEE International Conference on Research challenges in Information Science (RCIS)2007DownloadDetails
A. SienaEngineering Normative Requirements.1st International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science (RCIS'07)2007Details
Siena, A.; Maiden, N.; Lockerbie, J.; Karlsen, K.; Perini, A.; Susi, A.Exploring the Effectiveness of Normative i* Modelling: Results from a Case Study on Food Chain Traceability.20th International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering (CAiSE'08)2008DownloadDetails
Siena, A.; Mylopoulos, J.; Perini, A.; Susi, A.From Laws to Requirements.1st International Workshop on Requirements Engineering and Law (Relaw'08)2008DownloadDetails
Siena, A.; Mylopoulos, J.; Perini, A.; Susi, A.Towards a Framework for Law-Compliant Software Requirements.31st International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE09)2009DownloadDetails

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