Comparison of Business Motivation Model and Intentional Distribution
Goal modelling is an important activity to reason why different software decisions are taken, or architecture solutions are implemented. Currently there exist a number of goal-oriented modelling approaches. In this thesis, the semiotic quality framework is applied to compare the quality of the business motivation model (BMM) and Intentional Distribution (i*) modelling languages at the coarse-grained level. The thesis reports on the BMM and i* language quality and model quality. The thesis also presents observations on how the BMM and i* modelling languages could be used to reason on and support construction of the business process models expressed in business processes model and notation.
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Bachelor - Computer Science