A Systematic Comparison of i* Modelling Tools Based on Syntactic and Well-formedness Rules

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Abstract

There are several tools currently available in the i * com-munity. These tools have different features and purposes. Choosing the most adequate tool for a speci c modelling situation can be a challenge. To overcome this diculty, we present a systematic comparison of the i * tools listed in the i * wiki page, according to their features, syntax coverage and semantic analysis support. Our comparison highlights the di erent strengths of those tools, to help identifying situations for which each tool might be particularly useful. We contribute with an aggregated vision of current i * tool support to the body of knowledge of the i * community. In addition, this comparison also helps identifying opportunities for further evolution of the surveyed tools.
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Title of host publicationCEUR Workshop Proceedings
Pages42-48
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2013
Event6th International i* Workshop (iStar 2013) -
Duration: 1 Jan 2013 → …

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Conference6th International i* Workshop (iStar 2013)
Period1/01/13 → …

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Júnior, JBDSA & Goulão, MCPA 2013, A Systematic Comparison of i* Modelling Tools Based on Syntactic and Well-formedness Rules. in CEUR Workshop Proceedings. pp. 42-48, 6th International i* Workshop (iStar 2013), 1/01/13.

A Systematic Comparison of i* Modelling Tools Based on Syntactic and Well-formedness Rules. / Júnior, João Baptista da Silva Araújo; Goulão, Miguel Carlos Pacheco Afonso.

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